Introduction

Details of remove the battery of Asus Chromebook Flip C100P

  1. Unscrew the eight bottom cover screws (one of them is under the hand) using a screwdriver with a J1000 tip.
    • Unscrew the eight bottom cover screws (one of them is under the hand) using a screwdriver with a J1000 tip.

    • Unscrew the middle screw using a screwdriver with a T5 tip.

    For me, in this step, all the screws were T5.

    Jorge Gomes - Reply

  2. Use the plastic opening tool to remove the four rear rubber feet.
    • Use the plastic opening tool to remove the four rear rubber feet.

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    • Unscrew the five screws under the feet using a screwdriver with a J100 tip.

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    • Use the plastic opening tool to pry up the palm rest assembly.

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    • Use tweezers to disconnect the two cables from the motherboard.

    very hard to put the cables back in. Be careful.

    Felipe Lyon - Reply

    How do you get them back in please?

    Steve Drake - Reply

    I agree. This part is tricky. (On my c100p) the connector for the smaller cable rotates on one side to unlock/lock. The larger cable has a slide to help get the cable situated. Be sure to check ALL the keys prior to putting the keyboard back on. I didn’t and the 2,w,s,and x keys didn’t work causing me to have to redo the work.

    Bryan Krusniak - Reply

    Some creative placement helps: lay keyboard flat (ribbons up), fold chromebook hinge to 90 and lay on its side slightly overlapping the keyboard: this should gives the ribbons enough slack while giving us visibility and room for hands. Don’t forget to close the little “locks” on each side of the wide ribbon.

    Jorge Gomes - Reply

    • Unscrew The 4 J1 Screws of the Audio Cards

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    • Unscrew The 2 Battery Screws by using a screwdriver with a J00 tip.

    • Unscrew The 1 Battery Screw by using a screwdriver with a J00 tip.e

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    • Lift the battery cable out of Mother Board

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Conclusion

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

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