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This guide will show the steps to dismantle the move controller and remove the battery in order to have it replaced.

  1. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver,  remove the four 10mm screws located on the back of the device. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver,  remove the four 10mm screws located on the back of the device. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver,  remove the four 10mm screws located on the back of the device.
    • Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the four 10mm screws located on the back of the device.

  2. Insert the plastic opening tool at the indent. Gently use a forward and backward motion to safely pop open the cover.
    • Insert the plastic opening tool at the indent.

    • Gently use a forward and backward motion to safely pop open the cover.

    • Using your hands to further pull it apart.

  3. Once the device is opened, lift the battery out of the black plastic holder. Carefully pull the battery out and ensure that it's wires are still connected to the inside.
    • Once the device is opened, lift the battery out of the black plastic holder.

    • Carefully pull the battery out and ensure that it's wires are still connected to the inside.

  4. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 9mm screw located to the right of the battery, which is connected to  the inner plastic frame. Using the plastic opening tool carefully take out the grey cylindrical piece (vibrator) that is also attached to a wire. Using the plastic opening tool carefully take out the grey cylindrical piece (vibrator) that is also attached to a wire.
    • Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the 9mm screw located to the right of the battery, which is connected to the inner plastic frame.

    • Using the plastic opening tool carefully take out the grey cylindrical piece (vibrator) that is also attached to a wire.

  5. Gently pull out the small grey cylindrical piece (vibrator). Removing this piece makes it easier to access the wire connection of the battery and remove it.
    • Gently pull out the small grey cylindrical piece (vibrator).

    • Removing this piece makes it easier to access the wire connection of the battery and remove it.

  6. Using tweezers, remove the small piece with a cylindrical top that is located to the left of the inner plastic frame. Using tweezers, remove the small piece with a cylindrical top that is located to the left of the inner plastic frame.
    • Using tweezers, remove the small piece with a cylindrical top that is located to the left of the inner plastic frame.

  7. Using one hand to hold the device, and the other hand to squeeze the inner plastic frame. Remove by squeezing the inner plastic frame, lift and pull it towards you. While removing the frame, be extremely careful because it could damage the frame or the motherboard.
    • Using one hand to hold the device, and the other hand to squeeze the inner plastic frame.

    • Remove by squeezing the inner plastic frame, lift and pull it towards you.

    • While removing the frame, be extremely careful because it could damage the frame or the motherboard.

  8. Gently pull on the white piece connecting the battery and the connector. Gently pull on the white piece connecting the battery and the connector.
    • Gently pull on the white piece connecting the battery and the connector.

Conclusión

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

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When putting the plastic battery rig back in on my second time doing this, I bent one of the little plastic pins that fits into a hole in the PCB. Definitely want to be careful with that. To make it a bit easier, I unscrewed the bottom port PCB part of the way so I could take the bottom plastic housing and put the plastic battery rig in straight. It made it a lot easier.

Burke Cates - Contestar

No need to take out the motor, just use sharp tweezers and grab the connector (NOT the wires) and with small wiggling pull it out. Worked for mine.

crus - Contestar

Worked great! Thanks for this. I did not need to take out the black battery / motor piece. Tweezers worked great to remove and install the battery cable

Harry Skigis - Contestar

Any recommended online / physical store to buy new batteries for this because ifixit doesn’t have them?

Silas Stewart - Contestar

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