This is an official take-apart guide for the Kindle Touch with model number D01200.


3 months ago
Dropped my Kindle for the nth time, and this time it didn't recover. Using this video, I removed the battery and was able to figure out that the battery wasn't the problem. Deduced that it was a problem with the power button, so followed the steps to get down to the power button, wiggled the frame around a little, and now it's working! Thanks! Didn't have to remove the 3G assembly or the battery for my particular fix.

A tom

4 months ago
I dropped my kindle and neither the power or home buttons would work. I went through disassembling my kindle through the various stages, cleaning connections along the way. Nothing seemed to work until I unplugged the display cable from the motherboard (which I forgot to plug back in until I got to the last step of re-assembling). Unfortunately, that step removed all the categories and folders I had created for my massive library, but I suppose that's a small price to pay for a functioning Kindle. Thanks for the video tutorial! A+


6 months ago
@NerdBoy - do you have to buy a new motherboard and display after you separate the wires?


7 months ago
wonderful repair guide.THANK YOU SO MUCH!!


11 months ago
my kindle will not open, it just keeps saying that it is starting up and it's been doing this for about 10 hours now!


13 months ago
Good day to you friends! Kindle Touch - Button Home does not work, help is needed! Tell me how to fix it?


1 year ago
Non-functional power button (USB ok). Followed your disassembly instructions, cleaned it all, reassembled. One fully functional Kindle. Thank you!!!!


2 years ago
Thanks, this gives me the confidence to fix the 'old girl' and get another 250 books out of her. She has performed well here in tropical Australia.I'll let you know how it went when the new screen is in.
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