Introduction

This guide will walk you through the process of replacing a dead or dying battery in a Gateway LT2514u.

Parts

No parts required.

With the netbook's lid closed, flip it over and slide the latch on the upper left hand side of the netbook to the left. You should see an orange indicator when the battery is unlocked.
  • With the netbook's lid closed, flip it over and slide the latch on the upper left hand side of the netbook to the left.

  • You should see an orange indicator when the battery is unlocked.

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In the upper right-hand corner of the netbook, slide and hold the switch to the right. Use your other hand to slide out the battery.
  • In the upper right-hand corner of the netbook, slide and hold the switch to the right.

  • Use your other hand to slide out the battery.

  • If the release switch in the upper right-hand area is missing, you can still remove the battery by following Step 3. Otherwise, skip it.

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If the release switch in the upper right-hand area is missing, insert a slender tool (we used tweezers) into the left side of the smaller hole. Slide and hold the tweezers to the right and use your other hand to slide the battery out. Slide and hold the tweezers to the right and use your other hand to slide the battery out.
  • If the release switch in the upper right-hand area is missing, insert a slender tool (we used tweezers) into the left side of the smaller hole.

  • Slide and hold the tweezers to the right and use your other hand to slide the battery out.

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Conclusion

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

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