Einleitung

To replace the battery, you will first need to remove the casing, undo the adhesive under the battery pack, and, finally, remove the battery to replace it.

Ersatzteile

Kein Ersatzteil erforderlich.

  1. Warm up an iOpener following the instructions found in the iOpener guide. Place the warm iOpener on top of the edges of the screen.  This heat will weaken the strength of the adhesive between the display and body.
    • Warm up an iOpener following the instructions found in the iOpener guide.

    • Place the warm iOpener on top of the edges of the screen. This heat will weaken the strength of the adhesive between the display and body.

  2. Use iFixit opening picks to wedge under the edge of the screen at the speaker port. This may take significant force. A fingernail might work better for the initial lift
    • Use iFixit opening picks to wedge under the edge of the screen at the speaker port.

      • This may take significant force. A fingernail might work better for the initial lift

      • If you push straight down near the edge you will go through the speaker mesh and possibly end up damaging your speaker; try to push the pick in at a shallow angle.

  3. Carefully try to work your way around the device using the picks, reapplications of the heated iOpener, and luck. If you break the glass on one side you might want to try again starting from the other side so that you have a clean, unbroken, edge on that side.
    • Carefully try to work your way around the device using the picks, reapplications of the heated iOpener, and luck.

      • If you break the glass on one side you might want to try again starting from the other side so that you have a clean, unbroken, edge on that side.

    • While the glass on this display is not particularly sharp when broken, it is still broken glass and you should be careful with it.

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  5. Flip the display over so that parts underneath it are easily accessible.
    • Flip the display over so that parts underneath it are easily accessible.

    • Do not pull out the display as it is still attached to the motherboard.

    • If you are replacing the display, or want it out of the way, continue with the display replacement guide steps.

  6. Now that you've gotten the casing off of the Surface 3, you can start removing the battery pack.
    • Now that you've gotten the casing off of the Surface 3, you can start removing the battery pack.

  7. Slide the iFixit plastic cards under the compartments of the battery pack. Slide the card around to undo the adhesive under the battery pack Slide the card around to undo the adhesive under the battery pack
    • Slide the iFixit plastic cards under the compartments of the battery pack.

    • Slide the card around to undo the adhesive under the battery pack

  8. Carefully slide the battery's flat power and data connector from its insert. You may now switch out the battery pack for a new one. You may now switch out the battery pack for a new one.
    • Carefully slide the battery's flat power and data connector from its insert.

    • You may now switch out the battery pack for a new one.

Abschluss

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

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I followed these instructions without a hitch but now that I'm trying to put the new battery in I can't slide the connector for the new battery back in. It seems like the teeth that are supposed to grab the connector for the battery are too tight so I can't side the director for the battery in. Do you have any advise for this issue that I'm having?

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