Parts

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Begin by removing the 18 three millimeter screws using a hex-bit.
  • Begin by removing the 18 three millimeter screws using a hex-bit.

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Next, disconnect the ribbon from the charging port. Ensure that you gently remove the ribbon.
  • Next, disconnect the ribbon from the charging port.

  • Ensure that you gently remove the ribbon.

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Remove the black plastic strip. Then use a spudger to remove the ribbon under the black strip. Make sure that you gently remove the ribbon.
  • Remove the black plastic strip.

  • Then use a spudger to remove the ribbon under the black strip.

  • Make sure that you gently remove the ribbon.

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Gently raise the motherboard slightly. Don't manhandle the motherboard. Use a spudger to gently pry the battery.  The battery runs underneath the motherboard.  Pull free to the right.
  • Gently raise the motherboard slightly.

  • Don't manhandle the motherboard.

  • Use a spudger to gently pry the battery. The battery runs underneath the motherboard. Pull free to the right.

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Conclusion

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

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Good day, Where would you purchase the batteries. Both are swollen and need changing.

Shavaun - Reply

I got mine off ebay, just do a search, it was like 20 bucks.

sjsmith801 -

First thing’s first, MS will send you a new SurfaceBook Pro if your battery is swollen. They just replaced my 3yo SBP; I did not have an extended warranty and was definitely out of warranty support. Contact them before you attempt the repair on your own.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ie/help...

Raymond Piller - Reply

The motherboard screws are a star pattern, not a hex, and definitely much, much smaller than 3mm. Anyone know what size tool, and what toolhead pattern? Torx maybe?

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