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[* red] This is the battery[product|IF145-115|.] For guides that are for other parts, the battery is removed for the reason of it being a pain to connect or disconnect while screwed in.
[* icon_caution] Be careful not to short anything on the motherboard, as the battery cannot be disconnected before removal.
[* orange] Remove 4 J1four [product|IF145-115|J1 Philips screws[product|IF145-335|.]screws|new_window=true].
[* yellow] Remove 1one J1 philips screwscrew.
[* icon_cautionicon_note] Do not mix these screws up, as ifup. If you put the longer screw where the shorter screw belongs, you will damage the shield around the keyboard.
[* black] slightly liftLift the battery slightly using your plastic opening tool.
[* orange] Remove 4 J1four [product|IF145-115|J1 Philips screws[product|IF145-335|.]screws|new_window=true].
[* yellow] Remove 1one J1 philips screwscrew.
[* icon_cautionicon_note] Do not mix these screws up, as ifup. If you put the longer screw where the shorter screw belongs, you will damage the shield around the keyboard.
[* black] slightly liftLift the battery slightly using your plastic opening tool.
[* icon_caution] Do not lift the battery out all the way, as it is still connected to the motherboard.
[* icon_caution] Do NOT puncture or deform the battery or it may catch fire or even explode.