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That's impressive!  I'm not even going to chastise you for leaving the poor thing all alone for a month. ::)  (Well, maybe just a little -- but I'm sure there was good reason. ;) )

I would recommend to others that this is probably NOT something you want to do if your Kindle is still under warranty.  In that case, if you contact Amazon they'll very likely replace it for you.  And, actually, I'd probably try them first even if it was out of warranty because Amazon is known for excellent responsiveness even then.  But it's good to know that there are potential fixes even if it seems to be really, most sincerely, dead! :D
 
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