Introduction

If your device will not turn on after charging then your battery is is most likely defective. If this is the case, your device will require a battery replacement.

Parts

No parts required.

Flip your device upside down so the battery cover is facing upwards. Using the T7 screwdriver, remove all seven 6 mm Torx screws that are located along the perimeter of the battery cover.
  • Flip your device upside down so the battery cover is facing upwards.

  • Using the T7 screwdriver, remove all seven 6 mm Torx screws that are located along the perimeter of the battery cover.

The correct screwdriver is a T6 Torx screwdriver, not T7.

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Use the metal spudger prying tool to gently pry off the battery cover. The battery should now be exposed.
  • Use the metal spudger prying tool to gently pry off the battery cover.

  • The battery should now be exposed.

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Starting from where the wires are connected, gently pull the battery out of the device. Starting from where the wires are connected, gently pull the battery out of the device. Starting from where the wires are connected, gently pull the battery out of the device.
  • Starting from where the wires are connected, gently pull the battery out of the device.

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Unplug the battery from the device by detaching the wires at the white connection box. Detaching the wires may require some force.
  • Unplug the battery from the device by detaching the wires at the white connection box.

  • Detaching the wires may require some force.

  • Be careful not to rip the wires out of the device or the battery.

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The battery is now separated from the device and may be replaced with a new battery.
  • The battery is now separated from the device and may be replaced with a new battery.

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Conclusion

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

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This post is incorrect on the size of the Torx driver! I literally just got done replacing an A34 battery and the T-7 is too large! A T-6 driver is required!

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