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Introduction

This guide is to show you how to replace the battery in an Asus MeMO Pad HD 7. This is a simple procedure that can be accomplished by anyone.

  1. Carefully remove the back panel by using a plastic opening tool to remove the panel off the device. Pull the back panel away from the device. The volume buttons can fall out of the case. Pay attention so as not to lose them.
    • Carefully remove the back panel by using a plastic opening tool to remove the panel off the device.

    • Pull the back panel away from the device.

    • The volume buttons can fall out of the case. Pay attention so as not to lose them.

  2. Unlock the ZIF connectors on the data cables.
    • Unlock the ZIF connectors on the data cables.

    • Raise the white locking tabs by lifting their upper edge - furthest from the battery - they hinge across the width of the connector.

    • Remove the cable from its slot by gently pulling downward on the tabs.

    • Check that the touchscreen cables are fully seated when reassembling or touchscreen may have unresponsive areas.

  3. Locate the battery connector by following the wires that come from the top right of the battery. To disconnect the battery just lift up gently on the wires. Use a spudger or blue plastic opening tool to gently lift the wires if it is hard to get a grip.
    • Locate the battery connector by following the wires that come from the top right of the battery. To disconnect the battery just lift up gently on the wires. Use a spudger or blue plastic opening tool to gently lift the wires if it is hard to get a grip.

  4. Using a spudger carefully pry the battery up. It is glued down so slight pressure may be needed. The battery has a soft casing, be careful not to tear the battery casing as chemicals could leak out. The battery has a soft casing, be careful not to tear the battery casing as chemicals could leak out.
    • Using a spudger carefully pry the battery up. It is glued down so slight pressure may be needed.

    • The battery has a soft casing, be careful not to tear the battery casing as chemicals could leak out.

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