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Introduction

Use this guide to remove an old or worn out battery in your Toniebox.

  1. Put the Toniebox on a flat surface (e.g. a desk or a workbench). Apply some pressure and turn the Toniebox counterclockwise to unlock the two clips beneath the bottom plate.
    • Put the Toniebox on a flat surface (e.g. a desk or a workbench).

    • Apply some pressure and turn the Toniebox counterclockwise to unlock the two clips beneath the bottom plate.

    • You will hear a "klick" when the two clips unlock.

  2. Remove the bottom plate.
    • Remove the bottom plate.

  3. Remove the Phillips #1 screw on the bottom of the Toniebox.
    • Remove the Phillips #1 screw on the bottom of the Toniebox.

  4. Lift the inner part out of the foam housing.
    • Lift the inner part out of the foam housing.

  5. Unplug the battery connector from the main board by gently pulling the cables. When reconnecting the new battery make sure to properly orient the connector.
    • Unplug the battery connector from the main board by gently pulling the cables.

    • When reconnecting the new battery make sure to properly orient the connector.

  6. Losen the two screws next to the battery. Don't remove them. Lift the main board a bit to widen the gap between the white plastic housing. This gap will help you in the next step.
    • Losen the two screws next to the battery. Don't remove them.

    • Lift the main board a bit to widen the gap between the white plastic housing.

    • This gap will help you in the next step.

  7. Feed the battery cable from behind the main board and out of its plastic guide hooks. When installing the new battery you don't have to feed the cable behind the main board. Depending on their length aligning them along the black plastic will suffice.
    • Feed the battery cable from behind the main board and out of its plastic guide hooks.

    • When installing the new battery you don't have to feed the cable behind the main board. Depending on their length aligning them along the black plastic will suffice.

  8. Use a spudger or finger to push down the plastic latch that keeps the battery in place. Push the battery out of its frame. Push the battery out of its frame.
    • Use a spudger or finger to push down the plastic latch that keeps the battery in place.

    • Push the battery out of its frame.

  9. Remove the battery.
    • Remove the battery.

Conclusion

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

Take your e-waste to an R2 or e-Stewards certified recycler.

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Hallo,

habe den Akku (30€ über eBay

Kerem - Réponse

Hi kann mir einer sagen ob der Akku denn man im ifixit Shop kaufen kann ein ni-mh Akku ist?

Alexander - Réponse

Jep, es handelt sich um einen NiMH Akku (ist auf dem Produktbild zu sehen). Wie der originale, und sogar mit etwas mehr Ladung ;)

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Und ist es besser einen mit mehr Ladung zu nehmen oder sollte man es so wie im Original nutzen? Was ist in dem Original Akku der Tonie Box? 1800mAh?

yvi14 - Réponse

Der originale hat 2000 mAh, der in unserem Store hat 2200 mAh. Hält einfach ein wenig länger ;)

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