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Introduction

The Asus Q200E has its battery inside the casing, but the battery is still fairly easy to replace.

  1. Turn off the computer and unplug the charge cable.
    • Turn off the computer and unplug the charge cable.

    • If the computer is on or plugged in, it could cause electric shock.

    • Turn the computer upside down.

  2. Remove the nine Philips #00 screws holding the back panel in place (four 5.6mm, four 7.7mm, and one 9.2mm).
    • Remove the nine Philips #00 screws holding the back panel in place (four 5.6mm, four 7.7mm, and one 9.2mm).

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  4. Use a plastic opening tool to gently remove the back panel. Use a plastic opening tool to gently remove the back panel.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to gently remove the back panel.

  5. Remove the eight 4.7mm Philips #00 screws holding the battery in place.
    • Remove the eight 4.7mm Philips #00 screws holding the battery in place.

  6. The battery is attached by a set of wires. Use your finger to disconnect the set of wires. It should come off very easily. Use your finger to disconnect the set of wires. It should come off very easily.
    • The battery is attached by a set of wires.

    • Use your finger to disconnect the set of wires. It should come off very easily.

  7. Now just lift the battery out of place. Now just lift the battery out of place.
    • Now just lift the battery out of place.

Conclusion

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

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Super helpful instructions. Especially mentioning which screws were different sizes, so I knew to keep the 3 different sizes for the back cover separated and noted which sizes went back where. Many thanks!

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