Two days ago, I noticed a chip in my power cord and when I touched it, the plastic covering of the cord began to fall off, exposing the wire. Has this happened to anyone? I have a Kindle2-bought when they first came out.
I put the cord in a plastic bag and even the slightest touch will cause the plastic to crumble. This could have potentially been a fire hazard.
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