Introduction

This guide will aid you in replacing your old or worn out battery. Replacing the battery will also increase usage time and enhance all other functions of the device.

Turn the TDK Life on Record Trek 360  on its side as shown and remove the four 8 mm screws holding the battery cover in place with the T-5 torx screw bit.
  • Turn the TDK Life on Record Trek 360 on its side as shown and remove the four 8 mm screws holding the battery cover in place with the T-5 torx screw bit.

  • Before beginning this guide, be sure that the battery is completely drained of charge. This prevents electrical injury.

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Place a metal spudger between the small crease of the battery cover and the device, and apply downward pressure. Pull down like a lever while continuing to apply downward pressure. Pull down like a lever while continuing to apply downward pressure.
  • Place a metal spudger between the small crease of the battery cover and the device, and apply downward pressure.

  • Pull down like a lever while continuing to apply downward pressure.

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Using a spudger or plastic opening tool, lift the battery from the bottom right and rotate it upwards and toward you. These images show the use of a metal spudger. Use a plastic opening tool or standard spudger to prevent damage to your device.
  • Using a spudger or plastic opening tool, lift the battery from the bottom right and rotate it upwards and toward you.

    • These images show the use of a metal spudger. Use a plastic opening tool or standard spudger to prevent damage to your device.

  • The battery does not lift STRAIGHT UP. Lifting in this manner could damage the battery, wires, and/or the device.

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To remove the battery, use one hand to pull on the battery wires,  use tweezers to pull on the connecting head of the speaker. Take extreme caution when pulling.  This requires some force, but pulling with extreme force can cause damage to  the wire/battery/or device. Take extreme caution when pulling.  This requires some force, but pulling with extreme force can cause damage to  the wire/battery/or device.
  • To remove the battery, use one hand to pull on the battery wires, use tweezers to pull on the connecting head of the speaker.

  • Take extreme caution when pulling. This requires some force, but pulling with extreme force can cause damage to the wire/battery/or device.

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Conclusion

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

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Good guide, but what battery fits?

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