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First thing's first: take out the battery. We don't want any electric juice running through the D5100's veins while we're taking it apart.
Especially not to the large-and-in-charge 330µF flash capacitor.
The 7.4 V 1030 mAh EN-EL14 Li-ion battery is used by the D5100, D3100, and the COOLPIX P700. Sadly, it's not compatible with other cameras in the Nikon lineup, such as the D90 and D7000.
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