Introduction

Does your Yoga 700 no longer get the battery life that it used to or not turn on without being plugged to an outlet? Your battery may be defective, and this guide will help you remove and replace your battery unit so you'll be able to take your Yoga on the go again.

Flip your device so that the bottom panel is facing up. Remove the eleven 5mm Torx T5 screws from the back panel.
  • Flip your device so that the bottom panel is facing up.

  • Remove the eleven 5mm Torx T5 screws from the back panel.

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Lift back panel off.
  • Lift back panel off.

where can I buy the back panel?

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Remove the two 3mm Phillips #1 screws holding the battery to the laptop chassis.
  • Remove the two 3mm Phillips #1 screws holding the battery to the laptop chassis.

  • Disconnect the battery from the IO board by holding the connector by the sides and gently pulling the connector out.

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Carefully remove the battery from the laptop.
  • Carefully remove the battery from the laptop.

  • Make sure that all wires still connected to the laptop are out of the way and not pulled out with the battery.

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Conclusion

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

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Hey

I own lenovo yoga 700 14 inch, it has a motherboard 5b20k41654. For some reason two of mother board ics burnt out

I have got the number of one IC but failed to find the number/code of other. (the IC I am looking for resides near left side of ram slot)

Please let me know if someone can help me finding the right IC or Schematic of yoga 700 motherboard

I'll be very great full

Thanks

muhammad bilal - Reply

Why do you recommend buying a T7 Torx Screwdriver? I bought it, then re-read your tutorial after I couldn't unscrew the screws, where you said it should be a T5 Torx Screwdriver...

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