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As your Kindle gets older the battery life for it gets worse. This guide will teach you how to replace the battery for your Kindle, so you can enjoy hours of reading without having to charge it as often.

  1. Carefully wedge the plastic opening tool between the back panel and the device to free the clips holding the back panel and the device together.
    • Carefully wedge the plastic opening tool between the back panel and the device to free the clips holding the back panel and the device together.

  2. Work your way around the back panel to free all the clips. Work your way around the back panel to free all the clips. Work your way around the back panel to free all the clips.
    • Work your way around the back panel to free all the clips.

  3. Carefully remove the back panel from the device.
    • Carefully remove the back panel from the device.

    • Gently peel the back panel away from the adhesive, being mindful to keep the adhesive strip in good condition so that it can be used again.

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  5. Using the tweezers, lift the orange bridge connector off.
    • Using the tweezers, lift the orange bridge connector off.

    • Place the tweezers in between the battery and the end of the bridge and lift upwards.

  6. Gently wedge the spudger under the battery starting from the left side, and slowly work the spudger around the edge  to loosen the battery from the tape. Be careful not to rip the thin foil on the back of the battery. Only use ESD safe tools when working on internal components of your device such as a spudger or opening tool.
    • Gently wedge the spudger under the battery starting from the left side, and slowly work the spudger around the edge to loosen the battery from the tape. Be careful not to rip the thin foil on the back of the battery.

    • Only use ESD safe tools when working on internal components of your device such as a spudger or opening tool.

  7. Lift the battery out using the nylon spudger and use your fingers to slowly pull the battery off the adhesive.
    • Lift the battery out using the nylon spudger and use your fingers to slowly pull the battery off the adhesive.

  8. Using the tweezers, gently lift the tape off of the Power bridge connector. If a new unit comes with a new piece of tape, remove entirely, if not remove and place one corner lightly face down on a clean surface to be used again. Using the tweezers, gently lift the tape off of the Power bridge connector. If a new unit comes with a new piece of tape, remove entirely, if not remove and place one corner lightly face down on a clean surface to be used again.
    • Using the tweezers, gently lift the tape off of the Power bridge connector. If a new unit comes with a new piece of tape, remove entirely, if not remove and place one corner lightly face down on a clean surface to be used again.

  9. Once free of the adhesive and connectors, remove the old battery from the device.
    • Once free of the adhesive and connectors, remove the old battery from the device.

Conclusión

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

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Grate explanation. where can I find the battery? couldn’t find it anywhere

thanks

ALON GAZIT - Contestar

Hi.. this is very helpful. But where does one buy a battery? Amazon doesn’t seem to sell them?

Ree - Contestar

Hi, same comment: great and interesting but I can’t find the battery anywhere…

fabdelaere - Contestar

WTH is a spudger?

Jim Price - Contestar

You can find the battery here

https://www.nextbatteries.com/products/a...

890 mAH Li-Polymer 3.7V 61.60 x 53.32 x 2.78mm

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