Introduction

Now your computer battery power will finally last over 1 hour!

  1. Remove the nine Phillips screws using a Philips 00 screwdriver Remove the nine Phillips screws using a Philips 00 screwdriver Remove the nine Phillips screws using a Philips 00 screwdriver
    • Remove the nine Phillips screws using a Philips 00 screwdriver

  2. Pry up the case carefully using a spudger. Make sure to not push the spudger in too far, as this could result in internal damage
    • Pry up the case carefully using a spudger.

    • Make sure to not push the spudger in too far, as this could result in internal damage

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  4. Lift off the cover, and you're done!
    • Lift off the cover, and you're done!

  5. Remove the one and only Phillips screw with a Phillips 0 screwdriver. Remove the one and only Phillips screw with a Phillips 0 screwdriver.
    • Remove the one and only Phillips screw with a Phillips 0 screwdriver.

  6. Carefully lift the battery. There is a small bit of adhesive underneath the green. Make sure to not bend the battery! This can result in a violent explosion with flames and shrapnel!
    • Carefully lift the battery. There is a small bit of adhesive underneath the green.

    • Make sure to not bend the battery! This can result in a violent explosion with flames and shrapnel!

  7. Carefully pull the connector out from underneath the logic board to remove the battery. Carefully pull the connector out from underneath the logic board to remove the battery. Carefully pull the connector out from underneath the logic board to remove the battery.
    • Carefully pull the connector out from underneath the logic board to remove the battery.

Conclusion

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

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These directions (and those for replacing the SSD) were very helpful. Everything worked well for about a week after which time the battery started having charging problems (again). The computer will start to charge, get to ~25% at which point the machine reports that it’s charging, but doesn’t get beyond ~25%. “Troubleshooting” in Win 10 doesn’t reveal any troubles to shoot. I am now trying to figure out whether the problem is with the new (supposedly Lenovo-brand) battery or perhaps the power cord. Any suggestions?

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