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Replacing the battery on your Nest couldn't be easier. Removing 4 screws gets you into the Nest's display and the battery comes right out. The only tools required are tweezers and a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

  1. Grasp the display's metal outer ring with your fingers and pull directly away from the wall. Grasp the display's metal outer ring with your fingers and pull directly away from the wall.
    • Grasp the display's metal outer ring with your fingers and pull directly away from the wall.

  2. Turn the display over.
    • Turn the display over.

    • Remove the four 6 mm screws from the back of the display using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

  3. Pinch the gray 20-pin connector with your fingers and pull directly away from the display. Do NOT pull too far as there is a ribbon on the back panel connecting the 20-pin connector to the display.
    • Pinch the gray 20-pin connector with your fingers and pull directly away from the display.

    • Do NOT pull too far as there is a ribbon on the back panel connecting the 20-pin connector to the display.

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  5. Locate the blue pull tab at the end of the ribbon which says, "1. Pull". Grasp the tab with your fingers and pull directly away from the motherboard. Grasp the tab with your fingers and pull directly away from the motherboard.
    • Locate the blue pull tab at the end of the ribbon which says, "1. Pull".

    • Grasp the tab with your fingers and pull directly away from the motherboard.

    How do you reattached the ribbon back to the motherboard ??

    alexehler - Contestar

  6. Locate the blue tab which says, "2. Pull". Use tweezers to pull the battery up and away from the display.
    • Locate the blue tab which says, "2. Pull".

    • Use tweezers to pull the battery up and away from the display.

    • Do NOT pull too far, as the battery is still connected to the motherboard and must be unplugged.

  7. Locate the blue tab which says "3 unplug". Grasp the battery with your fingers. Pull gently directly away from the display to unplug the battery from the motherboard.
    • Locate the blue tab which says "3 unplug".

    • Grasp the battery with your fingers. Pull gently directly away from the display to unplug the battery from the motherboard.

  8. Grasp the battery with your fingers and pull directly away from motherboard to separate the battery from the display. Grasp the battery with your fingers and pull directly away from motherboard to separate the battery from the display. Grasp the battery with your fingers and pull directly away from motherboard to separate the battery from the display.
    • Grasp the battery with your fingers and pull directly away from motherboard to separate the battery from the display.

    Where do you buy the battery?

    Robert - Contestar

    Same question

    Milutin Jokic - Contestar

    At least say the tipe of battery that's needed.

    Pedro Sanchez - Contestar

    I just ordered the battery model specified. When it arrived, I realized it doesn’t have the same specs as the battery that comes with the thermostat.

    The part listed (TL284443) is 3.7 VDC, but it is only is 380mAh (1.41 Wh) (if you zoom in on the image when you click “Buy”, you can see)

    You can clearly see in the tear-down that the battery that comes with the thermostat is 2.1 Wh.

    It might work as a replacement, but doesn’t have the same capacity.

    Gerry Beggs - Contestar

    Double check your own equip online or in the manual people.

    There are different generations of thermostats. How would this guy know which battery you need.

    Thanks for the directions.

    Helps a lot.

    LisaKK - Contestar

    To be fair, most people don’t know that there are different generations of the Nest Thermostat and clearly they didn’t read that this was for the 2nd generation Nest Thermostat. Probably should have been pointed out in the instructions more clearly for those folks. Then they wouldn’t have been so confused about the battery voltage differences.

    Resist - Contestar

Conclusión

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

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It should be noted that doing this will void the warranty on your device. If you are having issues with the display battery you should call the tech support line and they will help you. Doing this risk damaging the device and making it to where they will not replace it if it is still under warranty.

Bob bobbado - Contestar

ON MY NEST WHEN YOU "pull 2"...IT WAS GLUED TO THE METAL TOP OP THE MOTHERBOARD UNDERNEATH...SO IF THIS IS THE CASE BE VERY CAREFUL AS YOU DISLODGE THE BATTERY ....ALSO THE PLUG FOR THE BATTERY WAS TAPED DOWN WITH AMBER COLORED TAPE WHICH I HAD TO REMOVE BEFORE I WAS ABLE TO UNPLUG THE BATTERY...I REPLACED THE TAPE WITH SOME SCOTCH TAPE AFTER REINSTALLING THE BATTERY...ALL IN ALL...GOO INSTRUCTIONS...A FIVE MINUTE FIX !!!

Andrew Jordan - Contestar

I also am having a time finding the replacement battery

Brian wilson -

I am having trouble locating a replacement battery. Any idea where to look?

Ron Temaat - Contestar

As of 12/28/17 this website has replacement batteries for $12 plus shipping:

www.batteryclerk.com

Here’s a direct link to the Gen1 battery page which has a link to the Gen2 battery page

http://www.batteryclerk.com/products/nes...

Ron Saritzky - Contestar

My Nest gen2 thermostat experiencing problems offline, low voltage etc … After extensive troubleshooting with tech support i was advised by tech support to replace my gen 2 thermostat. After purchasing a new gen 3 I disovered that the battery of my out of warranty gen 2 was not working properly. After installing a “C” wire I deduced that the battery was at fault. After replacing the battery and using the thermostat it works as intended. So when you are chasing a problem with nest thermostat and a resolution seems elusive Try the battery, the solution was much easier than the process of tracking it down. The battery would cheaper than the time I put in with tech support.

Danny Thompson - Contestar

I purchased two replacement batteries from Ifixit and replaced in two Nest thermostats. The installation was as simple as stated above, however neither one works. The thermostats just sit on the wall and blink Green. There was a card included that said discharge to 10% to ensure battery voltage is detected properly. Does anyone know what that is about? How does one discharge to 10%,. I suppose I could leave the unit off the wall for a week and see if that fixes it, but maybe there is an explanation here? Hard to believe both batteries are defective.

Jeffrey Weiss - Contestar

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