Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com. My name is Russell. I will do my best to provide the right answer to your question.
I'm frankly not sure how to interpret what you are asking about. May I offer all of my thoughts on the case thus far?:
1: Either, the initial less-than-maximal charge was slightly damaging, or
2: the tablet is simply defective from the vendor or store, and it was in no way your fault at all that it has, apparently, failed.
I really am not sure which is the case, but as far as practical considerations are concerned, you should
A: examine the charging system, for anything old, weak, or dirtied (enough to obstruct charging.)
B: consider whether *any* light, etc., is appearing on the screen, or at least a power/charging light is lit, after another 6 hours of *continuous* charging with the newest charging cord and adapter available.
If the charging system is new and clean (esp. the jacks/plugs and their metal contacts) and the cables are new and unstressed, and you also get no signs of life whatever after another 6 hours *continuous* charging, and after that the tablet fails to turn On even briefly when you attempt to start it up... then you have a defective tablet, from the vendor or store, quite evidently, and should pack it up and return it for an exchange (for an equal or equivalent tablet) or a refund.
(If it comes to its being a failed tablet, I advise packing it up and returning it very promptly. The return/exchange arrangement expires quite soon after purchase - the exact term of time being dependent upon the vendor or store. But it is usually short, at most 2 weeks, sometimes only 1 week, after purchase date.)
If this answers your question, please rate my answer. A five-star rating would be appreciated!
If you need more info, or have any comments, use Reply To Expert to respond.