Is your tablet not charging? Does your battery not last very long?

Make sure power is off.
  • Make sure power is off.

  • Insert plastic opening tool on the side of the tablet.

  • You can use a thin screwdriver if you don't have an opening tool.

  • Gently pull upwards and carefully pry open the Transformer pad.

Before beginning this procedure be sure that the micro SD card slot is empty otherwise damage may result.

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Slide the tool along all four edges and continue to pull the tool upwards.
  • Slide the tool along all four edges and continue to pull the tool upwards.

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  • Remove the back cover once it is detached and set it aside.

  • Rotate tablet to match picture.

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  • Carefully unplug the battery cable from the motherboard.

To complete step 4, grab the wires close to the black housing as shown in the photo, and pull to slide all the cords out of the housing (as shown in the photo for step 5).

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  • Use plastic opening tool to carefully pry the battery out off of the frame.

  • Replace battery with a new +3.7V=19Wh Li-polymer Battery Pack C11P1328.

There may be some double-stick tape helping to hold the battery in place, so do not be surprised if you hear the tape being pulled away from the batter as you pry.

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

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I had problems with the power button and thanks to your detailed explaination I managed to get the things ok

thanks a lot


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My tab didn't turn on (stuck in booting limbo), didn't want to wait for a month or so till the battery dropped to 0%, so I tried this method instead. Done everything correctly. I'm sure I didn't screw up. Tablet won't start again (not even charging). I'm not sure if is either the faulty battery or the chipset attached to it. Either way, is a crappy tablet, never happened to lose a device so easily after a DIY repair. This would never happened if only Asus did insert reset buttons on their devices (or a soft reset button sequence). Will never buy an Asus tablet again.

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