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Introduction

Batteries wear out over time and should be replaced if battery life becomes excessively short. Before removing this battery, be sure that the computer is turned off and unplugged.

  1. Make sure to turn off the computer first!
    • Make sure to turn off the computer first!

    • Remove all twelve 6 mm long screws on the back of the laptop with a Phillips #1 screwdriver.

    • Apply a lot of pressure to prevent the screws from stripping.

  2. Gently pull off the back cover of the laptop. It should come off easily. Gently pull off the back cover of the laptop. It should come off easily.
    • Gently pull off the back cover of the laptop. It should come off easily.

  3. Unplug the battery from the computer. Do not pull too hard on the battery cable, as this can damage the battery's connection to the laptop.
    • Unplug the battery from the computer.

    • Do not pull too hard on the battery cable, as this can damage the battery's connection to the laptop.

  4. Remove all four 6 mm screws from the battery using the Phillips #1 screwdriver.
    • Remove all four 6 mm screws from the battery using the Phillips #1 screwdriver.

  5. Lift the battery out of the computer. Lift the battery out of the computer.
    • Lift the battery out of the computer.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Is it possible to replace the original battery with one that has a larger capacity? With this I mean if the original battery has 3700 mAh, can it be replaced by a battery with e.g. 5000 mAh?

Piet Sjonson - Réponse

Perfect instructions. I took the battery out per Geek Squad instructions, put it back in but laptop is getting power as the charging light shows orange flashing like it is charging but won’t power up. Any ideas???

theaustinunplugged - Réponse

I read in the instructions when I first did the replacement that it might require disconnecting once or twice at a particular charge state to allow the laptop to understand the charge level of the battery. I can’t find those instructions. Any ideas??

randy.sill - Réponse

I installed the battery properly, my laptop recognizes it, and it charges perfectly fine while plugged into a power source.

The problem comes when I unplug the laptop from the power source and force it to use battery power. It runs for another ~25 seconds and then it powers off instantly with a loud "pop" noise.

I'm not sure what the problem could be. Are you able to provide me with any troubleshooting steps?

My laptop works perfectly fine with the Lenovo battery it came with 5 years ago, though its life is a lot shorter than it used to be.

Liam McLaughlin - Réponse

Have you found solutions to the problem ? Pls share having the same issue

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