Introduction

No tools are required to remove the battery from your DJI Phantom. You should always remove the battery before servicing your Phantom to avoid electric shock or accidentally powering the propellors.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

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  • Press down on battery door release tab to flip the battery door open.

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Image 1/3: Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints. Image 2/3: Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints. Image 3/3: Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints.
  • Pull out the battery pack.

  • Avoid pulling on the battery wires, excess stress may break the wires, damage the power connectors, or crack the internal solder joints.

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Image 1/2: It's a tight fit, so be careful not to hit your drone or yank on the cables when it releases! Image 2/2: It's a tight fit, so be careful not to hit your drone or yank on the cables when it releases!
  • Pull the two halves of the XT60 power connector apart.

    • It's a tight fit, so be careful not to hit your drone or yank on the cables when it releases!

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Conclusion

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

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