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Introduction

The PowerBank AL-200 is a mobile usb port to charge your phone when you're not at home. But what is inside it? Let’s find out!

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your A-Solar Power Bank AL-200, use our service manual.

  1. There are three blue LEDs to show you the power in the battery. There is also a handy LED to see what you are doing in the dark.
    • There are three blue LEDs to show you the power in the battery.

    • There is also a handy LED to see what you are doing in the dark.

  2. The bottom of the device. It's time for some prying. Take out the rubber plugs at the bottom of the device. Remove the screws which are underneath the plugs.
    • The bottom of the device.

    • It's time for some prying. Take out the rubber plugs at the bottom of the device.

    • Remove the screws which are underneath the plugs.

  3. use a flathead screwdriver or a spudger to pry open the device. Don't pry at the front of the device - there are a few hooks and you do not want to break them.
    • use a flathead screwdriver or a spudger to pry open the device.

    • Don't pry at the front of the device - there are a few hooks and you do not want to break them.

  4. A first glance at the inside: a big battery and the logic board.
    • A first glance at the inside: a big battery and the logic board.

    • There is a 1800 mAh battery in it.

    • There are two screws in the logic board, the battery is glued to the casing.

  5. The other side of the electronics. And the logic board.
    • The other side of the electronics.

    • And the logic board.

  6. And there it is: the A-Solar PowerBank AL-200 torn down.
    • And there it is: the A-Solar PowerBank AL-200 torn down.

    • It was easy to do.

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