Yeah, I did the same thing, steps 1-4, then 34, then removed the battery with a mid-weight nylon cord. The nylon cord has just enough slip so that you do not need adhesive remover, it glides through the glue with a firm pull. I clamped a 1/2 scrap of wood to my workbench, placed the laptop behind the clamped wood as a stopper, which gave me a sturdy platform to pull against (it’s not quite as easy if you try to hold it down yourself, or even with another person). Just be sure to pull straight back and keep the cord low.
I think the steps in this post are insane, and you risk damage to some vital parts that you shouldn’t even be touching just to remove the battery. But YMMV.
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