Introduction

Use this guide to remove or replace the battery in your Black and Decker LI2000.

Remove the following five screws Three 20 mm Phillips #1 screws One 10 mm #000 Phillips screw
  • Remove the following five screws

    • Three 20 mm Phillips #1 screws

    • One 10 mm #000 Phillips screw

    • One 13 mm Phillips 31 screw

      • When you remove the 13 mm screw, the spring may pop out of the screwdriver. Point the backside of the screwdriver away from your face and others.

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Remove the black sticker with recycling information.
  • Remove the black sticker with recycling information.

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Use your fingers or a plastic opening tool to pry the casing apart.
  • Use your fingers or a plastic opening tool to pry the casing apart.

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Remove the plastic slider by picking it up off the screwdriver.
  • Remove the plastic slider by picking it up off the screwdriver.

  • You may consider leaving half of the casing on the screwdriver to make handling the screwdriver easier.

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Remove the four 15mm Phillips #1 screws. Remove the four 15mm Phillips #1 screws.
  • Remove the four 15mm Phillips #1 screws.

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Use a plastic opening tool to pry the casing apart. Use a plastic opening tool to pry the casing apart.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to pry the casing apart.

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Using pliers or your fingers, remove the leads off of the battery. Using pliers or your fingers, remove the leads off of the battery.
  • Using pliers or your fingers, remove the leads off of the battery.

where did you get the new battery?

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Conclusion

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

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It would be great is you could discuss the 3.6v cell - Lithium Type -- Size? Is it an 18650?

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