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Use this guide to replace an old or failed battery that no longer holds a charge, and bring the life back to your iPad Air LTE.

If your battery is swollen, take appropriate precautions.

Before you begin, drain your iPad's battery below 25% charge. This will minimize the risk of a dangerous thermal runaway in the event that you accidentally puncture or deform the battery.

Lithium ion batteries contain dangerous chemicals and may catch fire and explode if punctured or mishandled. Use caution.

  1. We recommend that you clean your microwave before proceeding, as any nasty gunk on the bottom may end up stuck to the iOpener. Place the iOpener in the center of the microwave.
    • We recommend that you clean your microwave before proceeding, as any nasty gunk on the bottom may end up stuck to the iOpener.

    • Place the iOpener in the center of the microwave.

    • For carousel microwaves: Make sure the plate spins freely. If your iOpener gets stuck, it may overheat and burn.

  2. Heat the iOpener for thirty seconds.
    • Heat the iOpener for thirty seconds.

    • Throughout the repair procedure, as the iOpener cools, reheat it in the microwave for an additional thirty seconds at a time.

    • Be careful not to overheat the iOpener during the repair. Overheating may cause the iOpener to burst.

    • Never touch the iOpener if it appears swollen.

    • If the iOpener is still too hot in the middle to touch, continue using it while waiting for it to cool down some more before reheating. A properly heated iOpener should stay warm for up to 10 minutes.

  3. Remove the iOpener from the microwave, holding it by one of the two flat ends to avoid the hot center.
    • Remove the iOpener from the microwave, holding it by one of the two flat ends to avoid the hot center.

    • The iOpener will be very hot, so be careful when handling it. Use an oven mitt if necessary.

  4. If your display glass is cracked, keep further breakage contained and prevent bodily harm during your repair by taping the glass. Lay overlapping strips of clear packing tape over the iPad's display until the whole face is covered. This will keep glass shards contained and provide structural integrity when prying and lifting the display.
    • If your display glass is cracked, keep further breakage contained and prevent bodily harm during your repair by taping the glass.

    • Lay overlapping strips of clear packing tape over the iPad's display until the whole face is covered.

    • This will keep glass shards contained and provide structural integrity when prying and lifting the display.

    • Do your best to follow the rest of the guide as described. However, once the glass is broken, it will likely continue to crack as you work, and you may need to use a metal prying tool to scoop the glass out.

    • Wear safety glasses to protect your eyes, and be careful not to damage the LCD screen.

  5. Handling it by the tag, place the heated iOpener on the side of the iPad to the left of the home button assembly. Let the iOpener sit for at least a minute to soften the adhesive beneath the glass.
    • Handling it by the tag, place the heated iOpener on the side of the iPad to the left of the home button assembly.

    • Let the iOpener sit for at least a minute to soften the adhesive beneath the glass.

  6. While the iPad looks uniform from the outside, there are delicate components under the front glass. To avoid damage, only heat and pry in the areas described in each step. As you follow the directions, take special care to avoid prying in the following areas: Front-facing camera
    • While the iPad looks uniform from the outside, there are delicate components under the front glass. To avoid damage, only heat and pry in the areas described in each step.

    • As you follow the directions, take special care to avoid prying in the following areas:

    • Front-facing camera

    • Antennas

    • Display cables

  7. Carefully place a suction cup halfway up the heated side. Be sure the cup is completely flat on the screen to get a tight seal. While holding the iPad down with one hand, pull up on the suction cup to slightly separate the front panel glass from from the rear case.
    • Carefully place a suction cup halfway up the heated side.

    • Be sure the cup is completely flat on the screen to get a tight seal.

    • While holding the iPad down with one hand, pull up on the suction cup to slightly separate the front panel glass from from the rear case.

    • If your iPad's screen is badly cracked, covering it with a smooth layer of clear packing tape may help the suction cup adhere. Alternatively, use a strong piece of tape (such as duct tape) and fold it into a handle.

  8. Place an opening pick in the gap opened by the suction cup. Don't insert the opening pick any deeper than the black bezel on the side of the display. Inserting the pick too far may damage the LCD. Pull the suction cup's plastic nub to release the vacuum seal and remove the suction cup from the display assembly.
    • Place an opening pick in the gap opened by the suction cup.

    • Don't insert the opening pick any deeper than the black bezel on the side of the display. Inserting the pick too far may damage the LCD.

    • Pull the suction cup's plastic nub to release the vacuum seal and remove the suction cup from the display assembly.

  9. Reheat and replace the iOpener.
    • Reheat and replace the iOpener.

    • Be careful not to overheat the iOpener during the repair procedure. Always wait at least ten minutes before reheating the iOpener.

  10. Place a second opening pick alongside the first and slide the pick down along the edge of the iPad, releasing the adhesive as you go. Place a second opening pick alongside the first and slide the pick down along the edge of the iPad, releasing the adhesive as you go. Place a second opening pick alongside the first and slide the pick down along the edge of the iPad, releasing the adhesive as you go.
    • Place a second opening pick alongside the first and slide the pick down along the edge of the iPad, releasing the adhesive as you go.

  11. Continue moving the opening pick down the side of the display to release the adhesive. If the opening pick gets stuck in the adhesive, "roll" the pick along the side of the iPad, continuing to release the adhesive. If the opening pick gets stuck in the adhesive, "roll" the pick along the side of the iPad, continuing to release the adhesive.
    • Continue moving the opening pick down the side of the display to release the adhesive.

    • If the opening pick gets stuck in the adhesive, "roll" the pick along the side of the iPad, continuing to release the adhesive.

  12. Take the first pick you inserted and slide it up toward the top corner of the iPad. If you can see the tip of the opening pick through the front glass, don't panic—just pull the pick out just a little bit. Most likely, everything will be fine, but try to avoid this as it may deposit adhesive on the front of the LCD that is difficult to clean off. If you can see the tip of the opening pick through the front glass, don't panic—just pull the pick out just a little bit. Most likely, everything will be fine, but try to avoid this as it may deposit adhesive on the front of the LCD that is difficult to clean off.
    • Take the first pick you inserted and slide it up toward the top corner of the iPad.

    • If you can see the tip of the opening pick through the front glass, don't panic—just pull the pick out just a little bit. Most likely, everything will be fine, but try to avoid this as it may deposit adhesive on the front of the LCD that is difficult to clean off.

  13. Reheat the iOpener and place it on the top edge of the iPad, over the front-facing camera.
    • Reheat the iOpener and place it on the top edge of the iPad, over the front-facing camera.

    • Be careful not to overheat the iOpener during the repair procedure. Wait at least ten minutes before reheating the iOpener.

    • If you have a flexible iOpener, you can bend it to heat both the upper left corner and the upper edge at the same time.

  14. Slide the opening pick around the top left corner of the iPad to separate the adhesive. Slide the opening pick around the top left corner of the iPad to separate the adhesive. Slide the opening pick around the top left corner of the iPad to separate the adhesive.
    • Slide the opening pick around the top left corner of the iPad to separate the adhesive.

  15. Slide the opening pick along the top edge of the iPad, stopping just before you reach the camera. The third image shows where the front-facing camera and housing are in the iPad. Avoid sliding the opening pick over the front facing camera, as you may smear adhesive onto the lens or damage the camera. The following steps will detail how to best avoid disturbing the front facing camera.
    • Slide the opening pick along the top edge of the iPad, stopping just before you reach the camera.

    • The third image shows where the front-facing camera and housing are in the iPad.

    • Avoid sliding the opening pick over the front facing camera, as you may smear adhesive onto the lens or damage the camera. The following steps will detail how to best avoid disturbing the front facing camera.

  16. Pull the pick out slightly, and slide the very tip gently along the top of the front-facing camera section of the top edge. Pull the pick out slightly, and slide the very tip gently along the top of the front-facing camera section of the top edge. Pull the pick out slightly, and slide the very tip gently along the top of the front-facing camera section of the top edge.
    • Pull the pick out slightly, and slide the very tip gently along the top of the front-facing camera section of the top edge.

  17. Leave the opening pick in the iPad slightly past the front-facing camera. Take a second pick and insert it to the left of the camera, and then slide it to the corner of the iPad to finish cutting the adhesive on that edge. Take a second pick and insert it to the left of the camera, and then slide it to the corner of the iPad to finish cutting the adhesive on that edge.
    • Leave the opening pick in the iPad slightly past the front-facing camera.

    • Take a second pick and insert it to the left of the camera, and then slide it to the corner of the iPad to finish cutting the adhesive on that edge.

  18. Insert the previous pick deeper into the iPad and slide it away from the camera toward the corner. Insert the previous pick deeper into the iPad and slide it away from the camera toward the corner. Insert the previous pick deeper into the iPad and slide it away from the camera toward the corner.
    • Insert the previous pick deeper into the iPad and slide it away from the camera toward the corner.

  19. Leave the three picks in the corners of the iPad to prevent re-adhering of the front panel adhesive.
    • Leave the three picks in the corners of the iPad to prevent re-adhering of the front panel adhesive.

    • Reheat the iOpener and place it on the remaining side of the iPad—along the volume and lock buttons.

  20. Slide the opening pick around the top right corner of the iPad, releasing the adhesive there. Leave this pick in place to keep the adhesive from re-sealing itself, and grab a new pick for the next step.
    • Slide the opening pick around the top right corner of the iPad, releasing the adhesive there.

    • Leave this pick in place to keep the adhesive from re-sealing itself, and grab a new pick for the next step.

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  22. Insert a new opening pick and slide it to the middle of the right edge of the iPad, releasing the adhesive as you go. The display cables are located approximately halfway from the bottom of the iPad. Stop sliding the pick when you get ~4.5" from the bottom of the iPad. The display cables are located approximately halfway from the bottom of the iPad. Stop sliding the pick when you get ~4.5" from the bottom of the iPad.
    • Insert a new opening pick and slide it to the middle of the right edge of the iPad, releasing the adhesive as you go.

    • The display cables are located approximately halfway from the bottom of the iPad. Stop sliding the pick when you get ~4.5" from the bottom of the iPad.

  23. Leave the opening picks in place, and set the reheated iOpener on the home button end of the iPad.
    • Leave the opening picks in place, and set the reheated iOpener on the home button end of the iPad.

  24. Slide the lower left pick to the lower left corner to cut the adhesive on that corner. Leave the pick at the corner. Do not pry any farther, and do not remove the pick from the iPad. The third image shows the two antennas and the home button cavity in the lower case of the iPad.
    • Slide the lower left pick to the lower left corner to cut the adhesive on that corner.

    • Leave the pick at the corner. Do not pry any farther, and do not remove the pick from the iPad.

    • The third image shows the two antennas and the home button cavity in the lower case of the iPad.

    • The following steps will direct you where to pry to avoid damage to these components. Only apply heat and pry where directed.

  25. Leave the pick from the last step in place to prevent the adhesive from re-sealing. With a new pick, slice gently over the left-hand antenna, stopping before the home button. Only slide the pick from the outer edge toward the center of the iPad. Do not move the pick back toward the outer edge, as moving in this direction may damage the antenna.
    • Leave the pick from the last step in place to prevent the adhesive from re-sealing.

    • With a new pick, slice gently over the left-hand antenna, stopping before the home button.

    • Only slide the pick from the outer edge toward the center of the iPad. Do not move the pick back toward the outer edge, as moving in this direction may damage the antenna.

    • If you need to slide the pick over the lower section more than once, remove it and re-insert at the outer edge, and slide inwards.

    • Leave the pick in place before moving on.

  26. Take a new pick and slip it in to the right of the previous pick. Slide across the home button and right-hand antenna using only the very tip to remove the adhesive. Slide across the home button and right-hand antenna using only the very tip to remove the adhesive.
    • Take a new pick and slip it in to the right of the previous pick.

    • Slide across the home button and right-hand antenna using only the very tip to remove the adhesive.

  27. With the adhesive loosened, you can now insert the pick near the right-hand corner. Just like with the left antenna, only slide from the outer edge toward the center. Reversing this direction may damage the antenna. Just like with the left antenna, only slide from the outer edge toward the center. Reversing this direction may damage the antenna.
    • With the adhesive loosened, you can now insert the pick near the right-hand corner.

    • Just like with the left antenna, only slide from the outer edge toward the center. Reversing this direction may damage the antenna.

  28. Reheat and reapply the iOpener to the volume control side of the iPad.
    • Reheat and reapply the iOpener to the volume control side of the iPad.

  29. Be very careful with this step. Take your time and ensure the adhesive is hot and soft, and that you've been through all of the adhesive with an opening pick. Don't be afraid to stop and reheat. On the side of the iPad opposite the volume controls, you should have a pick lodged into each corner. Twist the picks to lift the glass slightly, separating the last of the adhesive along the display cable edge.
    • Be very careful with this step. Take your time and ensure the adhesive is hot and soft, and that you've been through all of the adhesive with an opening pick. Don't be afraid to stop and reheat.

    • On the side of the iPad opposite the volume controls, you should have a pick lodged into each corner. Twist the picks to lift the glass slightly, separating the last of the adhesive along the display cable edge.

    • If you encounter a significant amount of resistance, leave the picks in place, reheat, and reapply the iOpener to the problem areas.

  30. Lift slowly and gently to further detach the adhesive along the display cable edge. Lift slowly and gently to further detach the adhesive along the display cable edge.
    • Lift slowly and gently to further detach the adhesive along the display cable edge.

  31. While supporting the front panel glass, use an opening pick to cut the last of the adhesive. Be very careful not to cut or damage any of the display cables. Be very careful not to cut or damage any of the display cables.
    • While supporting the front panel glass, use an opening pick to cut the last of the adhesive.

    • Be very careful not to cut or damage any of the display cables.

  32. Once all of the adhesive has been separated, open the front glass like a page in a book and rest it on your workspace. During reassembly, clean the remains of the adhesive from the case (and the front glass if you are re-using it) with isopropyl alcohol, and replace the adhesive using pre-cut adhesive strips.
    • Once all of the adhesive has been separated, open the front glass like a page in a book and rest it on your workspace.

    • During reassembly, clean the remains of the adhesive from the case (and the front glass if you are re-using it) with isopropyl alcohol, and replace the adhesive using pre-cut adhesive strips.

    • It's easy to pinch a flex cable between the front glass and the iPad's frame during reassembly. Be mindful of the flex cables and make sure they gently fold and tuck under the frame. If the folds in a flex cable are pressed completely flat, it may be damaged beyond repair.

  33. Remove any tape obscuring the LCD screws. Remove any tape obscuring the LCD screws. Remove any tape obscuring the LCD screws.
    • Remove any tape obscuring the LCD screws.

  34. Remove the four Phillips screws securing the LCD:
    • Remove the four Phillips screws securing the LCD:

    • Three 4.0 mm screws

    • One 4.8 mm screw

  35. Do not attempt to fully remove the LCD. It is still connected to the iPad by several cables at the home button end. Lift only from the front-facing camera end. Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the LCD out of its recess just enough to grab it with your fingers. Flip the iPad LCD like a page in a book, lifting near the camera and turning it over the home button end of the rear case.
    • Do not attempt to fully remove the LCD. It is still connected to the iPad by several cables at the home button end. Lift only from the front-facing camera end.

    • Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the LCD out of its recess just enough to grab it with your fingers.

    • Flip the iPad LCD like a page in a book, lifting near the camera and turning it over the home button end of the rear case.

    • Be gentle and keep an eye on the LCD cables as you flip the display over.

    • Lay the LCD on its face to allow access to the display cables.

    • Set the LCD down on a soft, clean, lint-free surface.

  36. Remove the single 2.3 mm Phillips screw securing the battery connector to the logic board. To reduce the risk of a short, you can use a battery isolation pick to disconnect the battery. Slide a battery isolation pick underneath the battery connector area of the logic board, and leave it in place while you work.
    • Remove the single 2.3 mm Phillips screw securing the battery connector to the logic board.

    • To reduce the risk of a short, you can use a battery isolation pick to disconnect the battery.

    • Slide a battery isolation pick underneath the battery connector area of the logic board, and leave it in place while you work.

  37. Remove the three 1.4 mm Phillips screws securing the display cable bracket.
    • Remove the three 1.4 mm Phillips screws securing the display cable bracket.

  38. Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry the display cable bracket straight up from the logic board. The display cable connector is adhered to the underside of the bracket, so don’t push the spudger too far under the bracket, or you may damage the connector.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry the display cable bracket straight up from the logic board.

    • The display cable connector is adhered to the underside of the bracket, so don’t push the spudger too far under the bracket, or you may damage the connector.

  39. Remove the LCD.
    • Remove the LCD.

  40. Remove any tape covering the home button ribbon cable connector.
    • Remove any tape covering the home button ribbon cable connector.

  41. Use the flat end of a spudger to flip the tab on the home button ribbon cable ZIF connector upward. Carefully pull the home button ribbon cable straight out of the ZIF connector. Carefully pull the home button ribbon cable straight out of the ZIF connector.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to flip the tab on the home button ribbon cable ZIF connector upward.

    • Carefully pull the home button ribbon cable straight out of the ZIF connector.

  42. Use the flat end of a spudger or a fingernail to carefully pop the two digitizer cable connectors straight up from their sockets. To avoid damaging your iPad, pry only on the connectors themselves, not on the socket on the logic board. To avoid damaging your iPad, pry only on the connectors themselves, not on the socket on the logic board.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger or a fingernail to carefully pop the two digitizer cable connectors straight up from their sockets.

    • To avoid damaging your iPad, pry only on the connectors themselves, not on the socket on the logic board.

    • Remove the front panel assembly.

    • If the home button ribbon cable sticks to the iPad's rear case, don't try to force it. Gently peel it off the case using a pair of tweezers, and then you can fully remove the front panel assembly.

    • If you experience "ghost" or "phantom" touch input issues with your new display, this can be resolved by adding a layer of very thin insulating tape, such as Kapton (polyimide) tape, to the highlighted areas on the back of the panel. iFixit panels come with the proper insulation, and should not require the addition of any tape.

    • Without the proper insulation, these areas of the digitizer can ground out against other components, causing touch input malfunction.

    • The insulation is not visible to the naked eye, and is different from the foam dust barrier strips found on many iPads.

  43. In the following steps, you'll use plastic cards to separate the battery, which is glued to the rear case. Some minor warping or deformation of the battery is unavoidable, but be very careful not to puncture or delaminate it. Lithium-ion batteries contain dangerous chemicals and may catch fire if mishandled.
    • In the following steps, you'll use plastic cards to separate the battery, which is glued to the rear case.

    • Some minor warping or deformation of the battery is unavoidable, but be very careful not to puncture or delaminate it. Lithium-ion batteries contain dangerous chemicals and may catch fire if mishandled.

    • Starting from the middle of the iPad, insert one corner of a plastic card beneath the upper battery cell.

  44. Remove the card and re-insert it nearby, opening up enough space to insert the entire short edge of the card. Leave one corner of the card under the battery, near the center. Leave one corner of the card under the battery, near the center.
    • Remove the card and re-insert it nearby, opening up enough space to insert the entire short edge of the card.

    • Leave one corner of the card under the battery, near the center.

  45. Slide the short edge of a second plastic card underneath the upper battery cell, on top of the first plastic card. Slide the short edge of a second plastic card underneath the upper battery cell, on top of the first plastic card.
    • Slide the short edge of a second plastic card underneath the upper battery cell, on top of the first plastic card.

  46. Insert multiple additional cards between the first and second card to create a wedge that will begin to lever the battery away from the rear case. Don't insert your cards beneath or on top of the two starter cards, as the added pressure will increase the risk of puncturing the battery. You can use additional plastic cards, old/expired credit cards, or even playing cards for this step.
    • Insert multiple additional cards between the first and second card to create a wedge that will begin to lever the battery away from the rear case.

    • Don't insert your cards beneath or on top of the two starter cards, as the added pressure will increase the risk of puncturing the battery.

    • You can use additional plastic cards, old/expired credit cards, or even playing cards for this step.

  47. Remove the cards. Remove the cards.
    • Remove the cards.

  48. Re-insert a corner of your plastic card under the upper battery cell, near the left edge of the iPad. Re-insert a corner of your plastic card under the upper battery cell, near the left edge of the iPad.
    • Re-insert a corner of your plastic card under the upper battery cell, near the left edge of the iPad.

  49. Slide the short edge of a second plastic card underneath the battery cell and above the first plastic card. Slide the short edge of a second plastic card underneath the battery cell and above the first plastic card.
    • Slide the short edge of a second plastic card underneath the battery cell and above the first plastic card.

  50. Insert multiple additional cards between the first and second card to create a wedge and lever this section of the battery away from the rear case. Insert multiple additional cards between the first and second card to create a wedge and lever this section of the battery away from the rear case. Insert multiple additional cards between the first and second card to create a wedge and lever this section of the battery away from the rear case.
    • Insert multiple additional cards between the first and second card to create a wedge and lever this section of the battery away from the rear case.

  51. Remove the cards. Remove the cards.
    • Remove the cards.

  52. Repeat the above steps to wedge up the lower left corner of the upper battery cell. Remember not to puncture the battery. Keep deformation to a minimum. Do not crease or fold the battery. Remember not to puncture the battery. Keep deformation to a minimum. Do not crease or fold the battery.
    • Repeat the above steps to wedge up the lower left corner of the upper battery cell.

    • Remember not to puncture the battery. Keep deformation to a minimum. Do not crease or fold the battery.

  53. Finish wedging up the upper battery cell using the above procedure by inserting cards along the left edge of the upper battery cell (the edge opposite the logic board). Don't use any cards to pry under the battery from the top edge of the iPad, or you may damage the upper case components.
    • Finish wedging up the upper battery cell using the above procedure by inserting cards along the left edge of the upper battery cell (the edge opposite the logic board).

    • Don't use any cards to pry under the battery from the top edge of the iPad, or you may damage the upper case components.

  54. Remove the battery isolation pick. Remove the battery isolation pick.
    • Remove the battery isolation pick.

  55. Gently lift the upper battery cell from the edge opposite the logic board, and swing it up to separate it from the rear case. Gently lift the upper battery cell from the edge opposite the logic board, and swing it up to separate it from the rear case. Gently lift the upper battery cell from the edge opposite the logic board, and swing it up to separate it from the rear case.
    • Gently lift the upper battery cell from the edge opposite the logic board, and swing it up to separate it from the rear case.

  56. Repeat the above procedure to separate the second, lower battery cell from the rear case. Insert your cards only from the top edge of the battery cell and from the side opposite the logic board. Don't use any cards to pry under the battery from the bottom edge of the iPad, or you may damage ribbon cables for the speakers, antennas, and Lightning connector. Insert your cards only from the top edge of the battery cell and from the side opposite the logic board. Don't use any cards to pry under the battery from the bottom edge of the iPad, or you may damage ribbon cables for the speakers, antennas, and Lightning connector.
    • Repeat the above procedure to separate the second, lower battery cell from the rear case.

    • Insert your cards only from the top edge of the battery cell and from the side opposite the logic board. Don't use any cards to pry under the battery from the bottom edge of the iPad, or you may damage ribbon cables for the speakers, antennas, and Lightning connector.

  57. Gently lift the lower battery cell from the edge opposite the logic board, and swing it up to separate it from the rear case. Don't try to fully remove the battery yet. Don't try to fully remove the battery yet.
    • Gently lift the lower battery cell from the edge opposite the logic board, and swing it up to separate it from the rear case.

    • Don't try to fully remove the battery yet.

  58. Use an opening pick to slice through the adhesive directly underneath the battery connector terminal. There's a small standoff in the case that helps seat this connector. The pick may be obstructed by this. Simply work the pick around each side of the standoff to slice through the adhesive.
    • Use an opening pick to slice through the adhesive directly underneath the battery connector terminal.

    • There's a small standoff in the case that helps seat this connector. The pick may be obstructed by this. Simply work the pick around each side of the standoff to slice through the adhesive.

  59. Stand both battery cells up perpendicular to the iPad. Clear the standoff by gently rocking the upper cell slightly away from the rear case, and then pulling it to the side (away from the logic board). You don't need to lift very far (2 or 3 mm). Work carefully and don't put any unnecessary pressure on the logic board. Do not attempt to simply pull the battery straight up, or you may damage the logic board.
    • Stand both battery cells up perpendicular to the iPad.

    • Clear the standoff by gently rocking the upper cell slightly away from the rear case, and then pulling it to the side (away from the logic board).

    • You don't need to lift very far (2 or 3 mm). Work carefully and don't put any unnecessary pressure on the logic board. Do not attempt to simply pull the battery straight up, or you may damage the logic board.

  60. Remove the battery.
    • Remove the battery.

결론

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

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The guide says that it is Potentially Dangerous. What is potentially dangerous about this fix?

Anders Busk - 답글

Nothing other than what's mentioned in the intro and instructions: this is a soft-shell lithium ion battery, subject to leaking toxic fumes / catching fire / exploding if you accidentally puncture or deform it too aggressively. The same is true of all batteries of this type. Treat it with respect and take appropriate precautions.

Jeff Suovanen -

What about the adhesive? Do you need more to seal it up or do you reuse the existing?

scott - 답글

You should clean the old adhesive from the glass and chassis using isopropyl alcohol, and replace the adhesive using pre-cut adhesive strips.

Jeff Suovanen -

Very good guide, completed without any complications, thanks a bunch :)

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