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Hi,
 
Here is a link to the Ifixit guide on how to remove the battery.
 
[guide|41939]
 
Unfortunately, searching for the battery by using the part number, shown on the battery in the link, does not give any results regarding a replacement battery.
 
You may have better luck in obtaining a battery, by actually measuring the dimensions of the battery and including them in your search criteria.
 
For example, and to my knowledge this is ''not the size of your battery'', if the battery is 4.2mm x 50mm x 30mm (HxLxD) you could search for a "425030 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh Li-On Battery" and see if there are any suitable replacements.
 
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer (i.e(i.e. 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh) on offer seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably sized battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer (i.e(i.e. 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh) on offer seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably sized battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Here is a link to the Ifixit guide on how to remove the battery.
 
[guide|41939]
 
Unfortunately, searching for the battery by using the part number, shown on the battery in the link, does not give any results regarding a replacement battery.
 
You may have better luck in obtaining a battery, by actually measuring the dimensions of the battery and including them in your search criteria.
 
For example, and to my knowledge this is ''not the size of your battery'', if the battery is 4.2mm x 50mm x 30mm (HxLxD) you could search for a "425030 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh Li-On Battery" and see if there are any suitable replacements.
 
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer (i.e. 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh) seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably sized battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer (i.e. 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh) seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably sized battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Here is a link to the Ifixit guide on how to remove the battery.
 
[guide|41939]
 
Unfortunately, searching for the battery by using the part number, shown on the battery in the link, does not give any results regarding a replacement battery.
 
You may have better luck in obtaningobtaining a battery, by actually measuring the dimensions of the battery and including them in your search criteria.
You may have better luck in obtaningobtaining a battery, by actually measuring the dimensions of the battery and including them in your search criteria.
 
For example, and to my knowledge this is ''not the size of your battery'', if the battery is 4.2mm x 50mm x 30mm (HxLxD) you could search for a "425030 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh Li-On Battery" and see if there are any suitable replacements.
 
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably dimensionedsized battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably dimensionedsized battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
Here is a link to the Ifixit guide on how to remove the battery.
 
[guide|41939]
 
Unfortunately, searching for the battery by using the part number shownumber, shown on the battery in the link, does not give any results regarding a replacement battery.
Unfortunately, searching for the battery by using the part number shownumber, shown on the battery in the link, does not give any results regarding a replacement battery.
 
You may have better luck in obtaning a battery, by actually measuring the dimensions of the battery and including them in your search criteria.
 
For example, and to my knowledge this is ''not the size of your battery'', if the battery is 4.2mm x 50mm x 30mm (HxLxD) you could search for a "425030 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh Li-On Battery" and see if there are any suitable replacements.
 
Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection. So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably dimensioned battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Mensagem original de: jayeff ,

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Hi,

Here is a link to the Ifixit guide on how to remove the battery.

[guide|41939]

Unfortunately, searching for the battery by using the part number show on the battery does not give any results regarding a replacement battery.

You may  have better luck in obtaning a battery, by actually measuring the dimensions of the battery and including them in your search criteria.

For example, and to my knowledge this is ''not the size of your battery'', if the battery is 4.2mm x 50mm x 30mm (HxLxD) you could search for a  "425030 3.7V 900mAH 3.3Wh Li-On Battery" and see if there are any suitable replacements.

Be aware that a lot of the batteries of this capacity on offer seem to have a 3 terminal (or wire) connection whereas the pictures in the link above show a connecting flex cable having only a two (2) wire connection.  So if you wish to ''adapt'' a suitably dimensioned battery of correct capacity and voltage as a replacement take note of this and connect to the two correct wires or terminals.

Hopefully this is of some help.

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