Introduction

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

  1. 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.

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

    • Rotate tablet to match picture.

  5. Carefully unplug the battery cable from the motherboard.
    • Carefully unplug the battery cable from the motherboard.

  6. 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.
    • 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.

Conclusion

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

Paolo

imperfezioni - Reply

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.

Makurt - Reply

Did you plug the new battery wires correctly

red on red and so on the other?

Gerardcharles -

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