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Introducción

Fairly easy task on this particular model. Only things you need are a small philips screwdriver (PH1 or PH2), a small flathead screwdriver (2mm) and a new CR2032 battery.

Partes

  1. Turn the laptop upside down and prepare the tools needed and the battery.
    • Turn the laptop upside down and prepare the tools needed and the battery.

  2. Remove the 4 philips screws that secure the back cover.
    • Remove the 4 philips screws that secure the back cover.

  3. With the cover removed, we can see the battery.
    • With the cover removed, we can see the battery.

  4. Turn the laptop around so you can see and access the battery. Release the battery with the flat screwdriver (1), then gently push it upward (2). Be careful not to let it slip into the laptop case or you will have to disassemble it completely.
    • Turn the laptop around so you can see and access the battery. Release the battery with the flat screwdriver (1), then gently push it upward (2). Be careful not to let it slip into the laptop case or you will have to disassemble it completely.

  5. If you have a multimeter, check the old battery. A good one should read 3 V or higher. A fresh one reads 3.2 V or more. In this case, the old was really bad, at only 2.7 V.
    • If you have a multimeter, check the old battery. A good one should read 3 V or higher. A fresh one reads 3.2 V or more.

    • In this case, the old was really bad, at only 2.7 V.

    • The replacement one is good, 3.22 V.

Conclusión

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

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nice... do you have information about the location of the cmos battery in the Fujitsu LH 532 model? rosez.v@hotmail.com

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