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[* black] Someone really did not want the battery in the MacBook Pro to come out of the upper case. But it is possible.
[* black] We tried valiantly with our [product|IF145-108|iFixit 6 Inch Metal Ruler] to free the battery from its aluminum confinesbattery, but to no avail. Rather thanRealising that we were using the wrong method, we put the ruler aside for now.
[* icon_note] Upon closer inspection, we realised the batteries were not glued in, but held in with 3M double sided tape.
[* red] We ran the batteries down to 0% to minimise the
risk puncturingof severe shock. After researching on how to remove 3M tape,we assembled a lithium-polymer battery cell,toolbox, and set to work.
[* green] The first step
we took was to heat the front of the body of the MacBook, left of the power source in place.
[* black] To complicate matters further,
trackpad, above the TrackPad cable lies underneathbattery, until the battery. Attemptingmetal was almost too hot to prytouch. Then, being very careful, we slid our trusty ruler under the battery, and gently lifted. After a few minutes of gentle pressure, the battery offbegan to lift, and eventually came out. Success!
[* green] We repeated
the upper case could easily seversame with the fragile cable, which wouldother remaining batteries, and after a few hours, we did it! To remove the tape from the body of the MacBook, we used a variety of different methods. The ones we found most effective in removing the residue were using plastic razors, and 3M adhesive remover. There are other methods that can also be bad.used.
[* icon_caution] Caution: When removing the batteries, whilst ours did not bend, they may suffer internal damage. Only remove these if you do not plan on using them again without risks. Batteries should only be removed for replacement with new ones and only by people with prior experience.
[* icon_note] P.S. Sorry for lack of photos, camera has broken, and will be the next thing we tear down!
[* black] Someone really did not want the battery in the MacBook Pro to come out of the upper case. But it is possible.
[* black] We tried valiantly with our [product|IF145-108|iFixit 6 Inch Metal Ruler] to free the battery from its aluminum confinesbattery, but to no avail. Rather thanRealising that we were using the wrong method, we put the ruler aside for now.
[* icon_note] Upon closer inspection, we realised the batteries were not glued in, but held in with 3M double sided tape.
[* red] We ran the batteries down to 0% to minimise the
risk puncturingof severe shock. After researching on how to remove 3M tape,we assembled a lithium-polymer battery cell,toolbox, and set to work.
[* green] The first step
we took was to heat the front of the body of the MacBook, left of the power source in place.
[* black] To complicate matters further,
trackpad, above the TrackPad cable lies underneathbattery, until the battery. Attemptingmetal was almost too hot to prytouch. Then, being very careful, we slid our trusty ruler under the battery, and gently lifted. After a few minutes of gentle pressure, the battery offbegan to lift, and eventually came out. Success!
[* green] We repeated
the upper case could easily seversame with the fragile cable, which wouldother remaining batteries, and after a few hours, we did it! To remove the tape from the body of the MacBook, we used a variety of different methods. The ones we found most effective in removing the residue were using plastic razors, and 3M adhesive remover. There are other methods that can also be bad.used.
[* icon_caution] Caution: When removing the batteries, whilst ours did not bend, they may suffer internal damage. Only remove these if you do not plan on using them again without risks. Batteries should only be removed for replacement with new ones and only by people with prior experience.
[* icon_note] P.S. Sorry for lack of photos, camera has broken, and will be the next thing we tear down!