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Introduction

When removing the battery, it may get damaged. The battery is rechargeable however may need replacement if it is broken.

Parts

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  1. First take the pen out, it may get in the way when you are opening the device. If you have a memory card, you should also remove it.
    • First take the pen out, it may get in the way when you are opening the device. If you have a memory card, you should also remove it.

    • Use the plastic opening tool to pry open the edges of the cover. The memory card slot is very useful for getting started.

  2. Move the opening tool along the edges of the tablet and push up wherever you can. You may need to open up all of the sides to take the panel off. Then pull apart the sides of the casing.
    • Move the opening tool along the edges of the tablet and push up wherever you can. You may need to open up all of the sides to take the panel off.

    • Then pull apart the sides of the casing.

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  4. After pulling the panel off, put it to the side.
    • After pulling the panel off, put it to the side.

  5. Disconnect the battery from the motherboard by pulling the side of the black plastic up. Disconnect the battery from the motherboard by pulling the side of the black plastic up.
    • Disconnect the battery from the motherboard by pulling the side of the black plastic up.

  6. Use a plastic opening tool to pry up the battery. Be careful not to tear the battery; it is very hard to pull up the battery so go slowly.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to pry up the battery.

    • Be careful not to tear the battery; it is very hard to pull up the battery so go slowly.

    • After the tape is loose take the battery out.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. You will need adhesive to keep the battery stuck if the tape stops working.

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