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Introduction

This guide will help you change the battery in your Chromebook. It requires you to take the Chromebook apart, since the battery is located inside.

  1. Lay the Chromebook down so that the bottom cover is facing up. Remove the rubber feet on the four corners of the Chromebook in order to get to the screws underneath. They are stuck on with an adhesive. Remove the rubber feet on the four corners of the Chromebook in order to get to the screws underneath. They are stuck on with an adhesive.
    • Lay the Chromebook down so that the bottom cover is facing up.

    • Remove the rubber feet on the four corners of the Chromebook in order to get to the screws underneath. They are stuck on with an adhesive.

  2. Remove the nine 4.7 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #00 screwdriver. Remove the nine 4.7 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #00 screwdriver. Remove the nine 4.7 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the nine 4.7 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  3. Pry up the plastic strip on the back of the Chromebook using a plastic opening tool. It is not necessary to remove it completely. It just needs to be separated from the bottom cover. It is not necessary to remove it completely. It just needs to be separated from the bottom cover.
    • Pry up the plastic strip on the back of the Chromebook using a plastic opening tool.

    • It is not necessary to remove it completely. It just needs to be separated from the bottom cover.

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  5. Pry off the bottom cover using a plastic opening tool. Pry off the bottom cover using a plastic opening tool. Pry off the bottom cover using a plastic opening tool.
    • Pry off the bottom cover using a plastic opening tool.

  6. Remove six 3.5 mm screws holding the battery using a Phillips #00 screwdriver. Pull out the battery partway in order to easily get to the battery connector. Pull out the battery partway in order to easily get to the battery connector.
    • Remove six 3.5 mm screws holding the battery using a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

    • Pull out the battery partway in order to easily get to the battery connector.

  7. Disconnect the battery connector by pulling straight up at its base. When reassembling, simply position the connector above it's original place, and push down. When reassembling, simply position the connector above it's original place, and push down.
    • Disconnect the battery connector by pulling straight up at its base.

    • When reassembling, simply position the connector above it's original place, and push down.

  8. You can now remove the battery. You can now remove the battery.
    • You can now remove the battery.

Conclusion

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

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I have replaced my battery 2x and I can not charge them. They work when I get them and they keep the charge while it’s plugged in, but will not increase the charge . Any ideas what I can do?

nier101 - Reply

It could be the AC power adapter is not functioning correctly. You may want to double check the charging port, too. (Samsung Chromebook Series 3 Charging Port Replacement)

Jorge Gomes -

As an aside… When removing the back, the little spring-loaded “door” came loose and fell out before I was able to see how it was attached. I figured it out, but would love to have additional instructions for items such as this. I didn’t find a teardown for this model, but will keep looking.

Thanks for this contribution.

Joan Clark - Reply

The entire process was much simpler than I had imagined it would be. I was a little concerned about applying a lot of pressure to remove some of the screws. Otherwise, it came apart like the back of a cell phone, and pushed back together just as easily. Anyone know of a worth while battery recycling center?

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