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Injury may result if this procedure is not followed properly. Use caution and follow all warnings.
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Introduction

Open and disassemble the power pack for repair purposes. More details:

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This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Mophie PowerStation 5X, use our service manual.

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  • The device.

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Image 1/2: Use a metal spudger along the side to open the lid. Image 2/2: Don't push inside too much.
  • Open the device using a flat head screwdriver and pry the lid up from the middle carefully.

  • Use a metal spudger along the side to open the lid.

  • Don't push inside too much.

  • This will damage the metal case.

  • The lid is glued to the plastic in the front.

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Image 1/1: If you're having problems with the device, disconnect the battery and then reconnect it. That solved the no output problem for me.
  • Disconnect the battery pack.

  • If you're having problems with the device, disconnect the battery and then reconnect it. That solved the no output problem for me.

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Image 1/3: Battery is lightly glued. Image 2/3: Battery is lightly glued. Image 3/3: Battery is lightly glued.
  • Photos of interior.

  • Battery is lightly glued.

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  • More images

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  • More photos

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Image 1/3: Charge current measured at 5V and 9V. Image 2/3: Charge current measured at 5V and 9V. Image 3/3: Charge current measured at 5V and 9V.
  • Power and current measurements. Red light is 2A load, green is 1A load. Max. power draw of Galaxy Note5 connected to fastcharge port is 1.62A.

  • Charge current measured at 5V and 9V.

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  • simultaneous input and output supported.

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Larry Chen

Member since: 04/22/2013

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Hey! Could you give the measurements on each of those battery units?

justin - Reply

Unfortunately I don't have this thing anymore, but if you look up the official specs, then go by the proportions on-screen, you can probably get a decent idea.

Larry Chen -

Hi I see it's 3 years later but I was wondering if you remember how you disconnected the battery? My pack is fully charged and I'm a little worried on how to disconnect.

Newbie - Reply

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