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Asus MeMo Pad 10 ME102A Battery Replacement

This guide will demonstrate battery replacement for the Asus MeMo Pad 10 ME102A

  • Author: Noah Peseckis
  • Time estimate: 30 minutes
  • Difficulty: Difficult

This guide will show how to replace the battery for the Asus MeMo Pad 10 ME102A

Step 1 Battery  ¶ 

Unplug the blue ribbon cable which runs across the top of the battery near the left-hand speaker. It connects by plugging into a white and black plug on each side. To unplug the ribbon cable, gently pull up the black tabs with the small plastic opening tool. Unplug the blue ribbon cable which runs across the top of the battery near the left-hand speaker. It connects by plugging into a white and black plug on each side. To unplug the ribbon cable, gently pull up the black tabs with the small plastic opening tool.

Step 1 Battery  ¶ 

  • Unplug the blue ribbon cable which runs across the top of the battery near the left-hand speaker. It connects by plugging into a white and black plug on each side. To unplug the ribbon cable, gently pull up the black tabs with the small plastic opening tool.

Step 2  ¶ 

Unplug the battery cable located on the opposite side of the battery. Use the plastic opening tool to gently push it out of the socket on the motherboard. Unplug the battery cable located on the opposite side of the battery. Use the plastic opening tool to gently push it out of the socket on the motherboard.

Step 2  ¶ 

  • Unplug the battery cable located on the opposite side of the battery. Use the plastic opening tool to gently push it out of the socket on the motherboard.

Step 3  ¶ 

Separate the battery from the chassis by sliding the nylon spudger under the battery along the 3 glue strips. The glue needs to be gradually separated. The battery will lift free once the glue has been separated. There are 3 glue strips holding the battery to the chassis: One under the blue ribbon cable, one under the center of the battery, and one under the battery by the plug. While slight deformation is normal, do not overly bend the battery.

Step 3  ¶ 

  • Separate the battery from the chassis by sliding the nylon spudger under the battery along the 3 glue strips. The glue needs to be gradually separated. The battery will lift free once the glue has been separated.

  • There are 3 glue strips holding the battery to the chassis: One under the blue ribbon cable, one under the center of the battery, and one under the battery by the plug.

  • While slight deformation is normal, do not overly bend the battery.

  • The glue needs to be gradually separated. Slow, persistent work with the spudger will be effective but can take an extended period of time.