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They are in your Amazon archive / library and can be downloaded to any device Register to that account.
P.M LUND
· 3 May 2019
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I wish they did return to again manufacture this unit - it was simple to use and had functions that the later units don't have. I have attempted to source a replacement, but if available privately, are costly!
J B Matthews
· 17 May 2019
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Ring Amazon as I did once in the past and they resolved the problem for me
They are easy to talk to and stand by their product

cuddleworm
· 16 May 2019
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I love this kindle, but is hard adjusting to the touch screen after using an older model with buttons. Apart from that love it
Brenda
· 2 June 2019
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I cannot find a solution to your problem, but I think it is best if you ring Amazon customer service. They are kind and nice and have answers to every question.
Sheila
· 16 May 2019
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yes
Jeannette Needham
· 20 June 2019
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All the books that you buy through Kindle (Amazon) are stored in the cloud and if they don't transfer across they can easily be downloaded. Before being downloaded they will appear on your new Kindle under the heading, 'Library'.
Amazon Customer
· 3 May 2019
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do not know as haven't had the need to use this service
Jeannette Needham
· 20 June 2019
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Best to ask Amazon about this by phone, or go to amazon.com and type Kindle in the search box. They will show all Kindle devices.
Sheila
· 16 May 2019
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I am unsure but it would be safe to assume that the books need to be purchased through Amazon. In any case the Amazon library of books is so vast that I feel confident I could obtain almost any book I wanted.
GD Scott
· 20 June 2019