This battery replacement was far, far, far from user friendly. It’s on the verge of not being replaceable. But with several sessions I finally replaced the battery, but not without lingering issues. (1) Use of the heat gun caused me to have to rework on of the screw holes in the chassis. (2) Also, my attempt to lock down the battery cables with Gorilla glue cause buzzing sounds on one end after re-assembly, for which I had to whittle away some of the glue. After multiple disassembles and re-assemblies, I finally got it working again.
The ribbon was not in the way on my Flip 3. Instead, I had to remove six more screws, each near locations of the six screws removed for the outer frame, in order to lift the outer chassis (not outer frame, but chassis containing mini circuit boards) away from the rest of the assembly revealing the battery and allowing replacement.
No such cover on my Flip 3. I skipped this step.
In my case this was not necessary. I determined this by waiting until completely necessary, which it wasn’t.
May be less than 7 screws.
If you see the battery cable after removing one “side passive drive”, you may not need to remove the other. See Step 5.
If you do remove both ends, look for them being keyed. In my case one had a slot and the other had a tiny button, both of which fit to the chassis.
Also, with my Flip 3, I had to remove 6 screws alongside the spine of the outer frame.
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