Amazon Kindle Fire Parts
Replacement parts for your Amazon Kindle Fire model to fix your broken tablet!
iFixit has you covered with parts, tools, and free repair guides. Repair with confidence! All of our replacement parts are tested to rigorous standards and backed by our industry-leading warranty.
Kindle Fire (1st and 2nd Gen) Micro USB Charging Port
Replace a Micro USB Charging Port compatible with the first and second generation Amazon Kindle Fire E-reader tablet model. Fix data connection and charging issues with t...
Kindle Fire (Gen 1) Replacement Battery
Replace a 4400 mAh battery compatible with a First Generation Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.
Amazon Fire (9th Gen) Screen
Replace a front glass digitizer screen LCD display compatible with the ninth generation Amazon Fire tablet. Fix issues with touch sensitivity, flickering, scratches, crac...
Kindle Fire (1st and 2nd Gen) LCD
Replace a LCD panel compatible with the 1st or 2nd generation 7" Kindle Fire.
Kindle Fire (2011, 1st Gen) Front Panel Assembly
Replace a scratched or cracked front glass digitizer screen for a 1st Generation 7" Kindle Fire.
Kindle Fire (2012, 2nd Gen) Front Panel Assembly
Replace a scratched or cracked front glass digitizer screen for a 2nd generation 7" Kindle Fire.
Kindle Fire (2012, 2nd Gen) Motherboard
Replace a motherboard compatible with the 2nd Generation 7" Kindle Fire 2012 tablet.
Kindle 5 LCD
Replace an E ink LCD compatible with the 5th generation Kindle E-reader tablet. A new LCD will eliminate the dead pixels or flickering of your aging display.
Kindle Fire (1st Gen) Digitizer Front Panel
Replace a 7" front glass digitizer panel compatible with the first generation Amazon Kindle Fire. Fix issues with touch sensitivity and scratches.
Amazon Fire (5th Gen) Screen
Replace a front glass digitizer screen LCD display compatible with the fifth generation Amazon Fire (formerly known as Kindle Fire). Fix issues with touch sensitivity, fl...
Not to be confused with the newer high-definition Fires, the first two Kindle Fires were Amazon's first Android-based media tablet. Repairing the 7" multi-touch color display is straightforward, requiring only screwdrivers and prying tools. The ease of repair earned this Kindle one of our highest repairability scores ever, a respectable eight out of ten.
Break the glass on your Kindle? No problem, the repair is just eighteen steps.