Introduction

The Kindle Fire HD 7 (4th Generation) uses a 3.7V, Li-ion battery. This guide will help you locate and replace the battery.

Insert the plastic opening tool behind the rear case to free the clips holding the case together. Work your way around the device to free all the clips. Work your way around the device to free all the clips.
  • Insert the plastic opening tool behind the rear case to free the clips holding the case together.

  • Work your way around the device to free all the clips.

There are an additional 9 clips in the center of the case, surrounding the battery.  Insert the plastic tool into the clips and lift to disconnect them.
  • There are an additional 9 clips in the center of the case, surrounding the battery. Insert the plastic tool into the clips and lift to disconnect them.

  • Once all clips have been released, the back case can be pulled free to reveal the inside of the device.

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Insert the plastic tool below the battery connecting wires and lift the tool to disconnect the wires from the device. Insert the plastic tool below the battery connecting wires and lift the tool to disconnect the wires from the device.
  • Insert the plastic tool below the battery connecting wires and lift the tool to disconnect the wires from the device.

Insert the tip of the plastic opening tool behind the sides of the battery. Pry the battery apart to release it from the battery compartment. Work along  one side and repeat on the other.
  • Insert the tip of the plastic opening tool behind the sides of the battery.

  • Pry the battery apart to release it from the battery compartment.

  • Work along one side and repeat on the other.

Remove battery from compartment and replace it with a new one.
  • Remove battery from compartment and replace it with a new one.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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