Introduction

Is your tablet not charging, heating up, or the battery is dying off to quickly?

Then maybe its time to replace your tablet's battery.

This guide will give you step by step instructions on how to replace your tablet's battery.

Place the device face down on a flat work surface.
  • Place the device face down on a flat work surface.

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Heat the iOpener in the microwave for 30 seconds. Then place it on each side for 20 seconds in order to loosen the adhesive sealing on the device. Heat the iOpener in the microwave for 30 seconds. Then place it on each side for 20 seconds in order to loosen the adhesive sealing on the device.
  • Heat the iOpener in the microwave for 30 seconds. Then place it on each side for 20 seconds in order to loosen the adhesive sealing on the device.

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Using the plastic opening tool, open up the back of the device. Using the plastic opening tool, open up the back of the device. Using the plastic opening tool, open up the back of the device.
  • Using the plastic opening tool, open up the back of the device.

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Once opened you will notice three locations (boxed in red) that will need to be disconnected in order to proceed.
  • Once opened you will notice three locations (boxed in red) that will need to be disconnected in order to proceed.

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Using the black nylon spudger, for the black ribbon cable you must gently apply pressure up from underneath until you hear a popping sound. Using the black nylon spudger, for the black ribbon cable you must gently apply pressure up from underneath until you hear a popping sound. Using the black nylon spudger, for the black ribbon cable you must gently apply pressure up from underneath until you hear a popping sound.
  • Using the black nylon spudger, for the black ribbon cable you must gently apply pressure up from underneath until you hear a popping sound.

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Use the black nylon spudger tool to gently remove the small orange ribbon cable from the motherboard. Use the black nylon spudger tool to gently remove the small orange ribbon cable from the motherboard.
  • Use the black nylon spudger tool to gently remove the small orange ribbon cable from the motherboard.

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Use the black nylon spudger tool to gently remove the long orange ribbon cable from the motherboard. Use the black nylon spudger tool to gently remove the long orange ribbon cable from the motherboard.
  • Use the black nylon spudger tool to gently remove the long orange ribbon cable from the motherboard.

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Using a J000 screwdriver, unscrew the five 3.4 mm Philips screws. Using a J000 screwdriver, unscrew the five 3.4 mm Philips screws.
  • Using a J000 screwdriver, unscrew the five 3.4 mm Philips screws.

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After removing the leftmost ribbon cable and all five screws, we can then use a black nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device. After removing the leftmost ribbon cable and all five screws, we can then use a black nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device. After removing the leftmost ribbon cable and all five screws, we can then use a black nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device.
  • After removing the leftmost ribbon cable and all five screws, we can then use a black nylon spudger to lift the battery out of the device.

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Conclusion

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

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Can you provide the part number for the battery itself?

Parker University - Reply

You fail to draw attention to the very real risk of breaking three small cables (one near the keyboard connector at the bottom, one on the right hand side and on at the right hand top - looking at the back panel with the SAMSUNG label right way up) - if great care is not used when removing the back panel. They are fragile cable, not mush spare length and no easy way to disconnect

Not sure if these cables and what they are attached to, are available as spares but require a more extensive disassembly to replace if they are!

Steve Williams

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