I have a rooted Nook HD with cm11 using nightlies (I forget which one. I think it's 2/1/2014). So, I lost my Nook HD wall adapter and started using a different one. This one had the exact same output specs, except it had .7A instead of 1A. Then it started to not acknowledge that it was plugged in and charging. I usually leave it plugged in overnight, so I found an old Nook HD adapter (I had replaced it a few times) with loose hinges on the two prongs. It was at 95% at night, then at 12% the next morning. Later, I was out somewhere and it said the battery was at 1%. I didn't really think much of this because the green (100% charged) charger light was on whenever I plugged it in, and it has said it was at 1% before, and when I plugged it in it usually fixed it and it would display the correct battery percentage. Well, this time it didn't. I guess I had forgot about the incident the last night. I assumed it was at 100% and it would just run down normally until it died even though is said 1%, but then it died quickly. I plugged it in where I was, but I had to go so all I saw a green light on the charging light, but then I had to unplug it. When I plugged it in later at the house it showed green, orange, then turned off. I left it overnight, and plugged it in this morning and it still did the same thing. I left it that way. I just tried plugging it into the computer because I've heard that some devices use different hardware to charge via just USB, but no luck. I plugged it back into the wall. What should I do?
P.S. Before root, and when I first got it (used), I tried charging it when it was off, and it didn't charge. I never tried again. Is this normal, and could it have somehow contributed to the issue?