Replacing the internal batteries

Hello, I am planning to get Ravpower 23000 mAh Power Bank.

Link to the gadget - https://www.amazon.com/RAVPower-23000mAh...

It has around 500 charge cycles.

I was wondering if there is any possibility of replacing the batteries inside once they wear out. The unit itself costs around 100 dollars, I assume replacing the batteries inside would be cheaper.

Is there any practical way of doing it?

Thanks a lot

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elchinaxundov practi\cal no really. The batteries are not meant to be user replaceable, but it can be done. One of the problems you may run into is finding the right batteries for a decent price. Just ran into some trouble with that while working on a RP-WD02 myself. Anyhow, yes it can be done.

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Well I contacted the manufacturer for the type of batteries, hopefully they reply. Considering that I get the batteries I need at a good price, what would be the challenge? Is opening and sealing the case really hard?

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Not having done it one this very same unit I can not tell you that for sure. It is no fun on the units I've worked on . The toughest part on these is most often to open the case.

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Yeah I figured. But once you open it and get to replace the batteries, can you close it that will keep the device stable? And what tools should I use to open it? I dont mind a little bit of trial and error to achieve this :)

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Best tools to use are guitar picks of all different size and plastic opening tools. Sometimes a hairdryer will help softening any adhesive that may have been used as well.

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I see, on the other hand, how would you close it?

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