Introduction

I Intend to show you how to safely remove the battery.

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  • Remove all 10 Torx T5 Screws

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Image 1/3: Remove the cable Image 2/3: Repeat for second cable Image 3/3: Repeat for second cable
  • Flip the hold down up

  • Remove the cable

  • Repeat for second cable

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Image 1/3: Remove cable Image 2/3: Remove cable Image 3/3: Remove cable
  • Unclip hold-down

  • Remove cable

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Image 1/3: Bend the connector backwards to prevent it from getting in the way of the motherboard. Image 2/3: Bend the connector backwards to prevent it from getting in the way of the motherboard. Image 3/3: Bend the connector backwards to prevent it from getting in the way of the motherboard.
  • Use a spudger to disconnect the plug from the connector by pulling it away from the socket, parallel to the board.

  • Bend the connector backwards to prevent it from getting in the way of the motherboard.

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  • Remove the 7 battery screws

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Image 1/2: Be careful of the other cables and the battery cable Image 2/2: You will have to lift up just a bit, then slide forward to clear one cable and the back cover screws
  • Remove the battery by pulling up from the side closest to the motherboard

  • Be careful of the other cables and the battery cable

  • You will have to lift up just a bit, then slide forward to clear one cable and the back cover screws

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Conclusion

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

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tallme15

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i want buy a battery for razer blade but I can't buy it anywhere

Please help me, my battery only 20% heathly

dinhphucloctmx - Reply

It seems that the only way to get the battery replaced is to send the laptop to Razer directly. According to others it costs about $200 plus shipping and so on. Unless you find something on eBay or that sort of thing.

tallme15 -

May I have a detailed guide on how you remove the cable over the battery, please? I am not used to taking machines apart, and wouldn't want to risk ruining my laptop. (didn't quite understand your pictures)

ceci - Reply

The only way to remove the cable is to work it out with a set of tweezers and be gentle not to pull the cables lose from the connector.

Samer Sultan -

Thank you for these instructions, it was very helpful, the only problem is now that the new battery has been installed, it will only charge to 73% and while its still plugged in the battery will drain down to 0%, is there a fix for this problem?

Jay - Reply

This is likely an issue with the new battery you got. The only suggestion that I could give you is to check the battery connections. If your old battery held even a bit of charge for a while its would be a pretty good indication that you have a dud. Although if the old battery acted similarly it could be possible that there is a fault in the laptops battery controller circuit.

tallme15 -

Is it posible to use the laptop without the battery ? Mine is swollen and just holds up 1 min of charge. I´m not living now on a country covered by razer RMA.

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