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Introduction

Showing how A Fitbit Charge HR is taken apart

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Fitbit Charge HR, use our service manual.

  1. Take the 4 Screws out of the Sides you  will need a T3 star Screw Driver
    • Take the 4 Screws out of the Sides you will need a T3 star Screw Driver

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  3. You Pry out the Main board you can see the Metal Hooks You Pry out the Main board you can see the Metal Hooks
    • You Pry out the Main board you can see the Metal Hooks

  4. You can Then pull out the Screws from around the Screen
    • You can Then pull out the Screws from around the Screen

Bradley Nelson

Member since: 03/08/2016

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Can the battery be replaced?

Rick - Reply

Mine was just over a year old (barely out of warranty) when it died. The Fitbit folks were kind enough to replace it anyway once I expressed my displeasure. I'd haggle with them a bit before going the DIY route but I'm definitely keeping my old one for spare parts. Hopefully someone will point out an aftermarket battery source before I need to do that.

fragmasterflash - Reply

The screws in mine were Torx T-2, not T-3.

Jake McIvor - Reply

The button is stuck in my ChargeHR. I bought the T3 screwdriver and it is too big. Either the screws are T2 or my screwdriver is too much imprecise.

Anyone fixed a stuck button?

Anderson Maciel - Reply

it definitely not T3 must be T2

Marc Frederick - Reply

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