My account says it was deleted and I can log in but can't do anything I did this thinking I could reenter it but find I cannot. How do I get it started again?

i was trying to get the account on my kindle to work again but it won't though it did the very first time I opened my account. That is why I had deleted it so I could start over again. I liked it on the kindle because I use it more and it was SO handy to go on it and see my account right at my finger tip. I ended up sending SO many requests and didn't realize it generates a ticket. Go many emails for that and I apologize for that. My account is under userid: [PERSONAL INFORMATION] .com I really want to get back into it.

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