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Introduction

In this guide, we will show you how to open the Ring Stick Up Cam housing and remove the battery from the device. You will need a Phillips #00 screwdriver and a plastic opening tool.

Parts

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  1. Remove the six 6mm Phillips #00 screws from the back of the device.
    • Remove the six 6mm Phillips #00 screws from the back of the device.

  2. Pry off the aluminum plate using a plastic opening tool.
    • Pry off the aluminum plate using a plastic opening tool.

  3. Remove the two 6mm Phillips #00 screws that were under the aluminum plate.
    • Remove the two 6mm Phillips #00 screws that were under the aluminum plate.

  4. Pry off the back cover using a plastic opening tool.
    • Pry off the back cover using a plastic opening tool.

  5. Disconnect the battery power leads using a plastic opening tool.
    • Disconnect the battery power leads using a plastic opening tool.

  6. Use a plastic opening tool to loosen the adhesive holding the battery in place and remove the battery by hand.
    • Use a plastic opening tool to loosen the adhesive holding the battery in place and remove the battery by hand.

Conclusion

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

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Where can I get a replacement battery?

jbains - Reply

Bad news,

After three different calls to the Ring customer service line (just to be certain i was getting the true honest answer each time) i was told that the Ring stickup 1st generation cam - the one in this section is not available and never was. They suggest that this model was never intended yo be dissected as easy as we know it is. the best we can do is to find someone selling one with a damaged camera and removing its battery. That was how i was able to get my 1st gen stickup back in service again.

Dave S -

No reason to try this, no battery replacement? Have searched the Internet, can’t find a replacement!

Robert Byrum - Reply

Why would they not use the same simple replaceable battery system as the ring doorbell2

Peter Lasnick - Reply

Would love to replace the battery, if I could find it online…

Matthew Grow - Reply

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