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Einleitung

If your Dell XPS 15 9550 laptop will not power on without being plugged in or not hold a charge for an extended period of time, you may need to replace your battery.

  1. Turn the laptop upside down.
    • Turn the laptop upside down.

    • Make sure the laptop is turned off.

    • Use a T5 Torx Screwdriver to remove the ten 3 mm long screws from the perimeter of the back of the laptop.

  2. Open up the information panel door (on the middle of the back side). While holding the door open, use a Phillips #00 Screwdriver to remove the two 10 mm long screws.
    • Open up the information panel door (on the middle of the back side).

    • While holding the door open, use a Phillips #00 Screwdriver to remove the two 10 mm long screws.

  3. Carefully lift the 2 corners of the back panel close to the hinge upwards, to release the whole panel. Do not force the panel off. If it does not come off easily, try to use a plastic spudger where it is stuck. Do not force the panel off. If it does not come off easily, try to use a plastic spudger where it is stuck.
    • Carefully lift the 2 corners of the back panel close to the hinge upwards, to release the whole panel.

    • Do not force the panel off. If it does not come off easily, try to use a plastic spudger where it is stuck.

  4. Use a Philips #00 Screwdriver to remove the seven 3 mm long screws from the perimeter of the battery. Each screw is labeled "M2X4" with an arrow pointing to the screw.
    • Use a Philips #00 Screwdriver to remove the seven 3 mm long screws from the perimeter of the battery.

    • Each screw is labeled "M2X4" with an arrow pointing to the screw.

  5. Gently lift up on the backside of the battery.
    • Gently lift up on the backside of the battery.

  6. Firmly grasp the black connector on both sides. Carefully pull the connector towards the battery, to release the connector and the battery from the laptop. Carefully pull the connector towards the battery, to release the connector and the battery from the laptop.
    • Firmly grasp the black connector on both sides.

    • Carefully pull the connector towards the battery, to release the connector and the battery from the laptop.

Abschluss

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

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… Mais avec un prix imbattable, la batterie made in RPC arrive avec un connecteur très très épais !

Finalement il m’a fallu me résigner à forcer très durement l’intromission avec deux paires de pinces !!!

Barbare mais efficace ! C’est le contraire de out ce que j’ai enseigné pendant des années : “le connecteur approprié doit toujours s’insérer en douceur” Ben là … NON !

Jp Chainais - Antwort

English translation:

… But with an unbeatable price, the battery made in RPC comes with a very very thick connector!

Finally, I had to resign myself to forcing the intromission very hard with two pairs of pliers !!!

Barbarian but effective! It’s the opposite of what I’ve taught for years: “the right connector should always fit smoothly” Well there… NO!

Richard Persen -

Hallo, ich habe alles nach Anleitung durchgeführt, allerdings kommt eine Fehlermeldung, dass der Akku nicht akzeptiert wird, da kein Original Ersatzteil.

Den Haken im Bios bei Adapter Warnings habe ich bereits entfernt. Hat jemand eine Idee?

Thomas Haupenthal - Antwort

Hallo Thomas, wo kommt denn die Fehlermeldung? Im BIOS? In deinem Betriebssystem? In einem bestimmten Programm? Was läuft denn auf deinem Dell?

Fabian Neidhardt -

Geht mir auch so: Fehlermeldung im BIOS auf Windows 10. Ob ein BIOS-Update das Problem lösen würde weiß ich nicht, weil ich dafür 10% Akkuladestand bräuchte.

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