Turn the device over so that the bottom side is facing up and the battery is facing away from you.
  • Turn the device over so that the bottom side is facing up and the battery is facing away from you.

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Locate the slider under the right side of the battery. Using your thumb, slide it all the way to the left until the front of the battery lifts up. Using your thumb, slide it all the way to the left until the front of the battery lifts up.
  • Locate the slider under the right side of the battery.

  • Using your thumb, slide it all the way to the left until the front of the battery lifts up.

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With your thumb still holding the slider to the left, use the opposite hand to lift the battery out, removing it from the computer.
  • With your thumb still holding the slider to the left, use the opposite hand to lift the battery out, removing it from the computer.

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Use the Phillips #1 Screw Driver to unscrew the 6mm screw from the Wi-Fi Card Panel. The 6mm screw will remain in the Wi-Fi card panel and will not fall out.
  • Use the Phillips #1 Screw Driver to unscrew the 6mm screw from the Wi-Fi Card Panel.

    • The 6mm screw will remain in the Wi-Fi card panel and will not fall out.

  • Lift off the Wi-Fi card panel off using the opposite hand.

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Remove the gray and black wires by gently pulling up on them so that they "unsnap" from the Wi-Fi card. Remove the gray and black wires by gently pulling up on them so that they "unsnap" from the Wi-Fi card.
  • Remove the gray and black wires by gently pulling up on them so that they "unsnap" from the Wi-Fi card.

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Remove the two 4mm screws with the Phillips #1 screw driver.
  • Remove the two 4mm screws with the Phillips #1 screw driver.

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Carefully use the plastic opening tools to lift the Wi-Fi card up on the left side.
  • Carefully use the plastic opening tools to lift the Wi-Fi card up on the left side.

  • Using the opposite hand, pull the Wi-Fi card to the left.

    • Do not lift the Wi-Fi card straight up, this will damage or break the Wi-Fi card.

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Conclusion

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

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