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修理する権利

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はじめに

The battery to the laptop will need to be removed for most repair to the laptop in order to prevent electrical shock. The battery is designed to be easily and quickly removed from the laptop by sliding a switch and pulling the battery free. You'll need to have the laptop powered off, and unplugged before attempting to remove the battery. Wait ten minutes after unplugging and powering off to ensure there is no left over charge.

パーツ

パーツは指定されていません。

  1. Unplug the charging cable from the laptop and the wall. Failure to disconnect the charging cable could result in electric shock. Turn the laptop over.
    • Unplug the charging cable from the laptop and the wall. Failure to disconnect the charging cable could result in electric shock.

    • Turn the laptop over.

    • Locate the orange switch next to the battery.

  2. Nintendo Switch 修理キット

    ゲームを再開するための、早くて簡単な修理キット

    Switch 修理キットページへ

    Nintendo Switch 修理キット

    ゲームを再開するための、早くて簡単な修理キット

    Switch 修理キットページへ
  3. Using  a small tool such as tweezers or a pen,  slide the orange  switch completely to the left to unlock  the battery. While holding the orange switch in place, lift the battery by the lip and pull it away from the laptop. While holding the orange switch in place, lift the battery by the lip and pull it away from the laptop.
    • Using a small tool such as tweezers or a pen, slide the orange switch completely to the left to unlock the battery.

    • While holding the orange switch in place, lift the battery by the lip and pull it away from the laptop.

終わりに

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

2 の人々がこのガイドを完成させました。

Nicky March

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Great guide. It looks good.

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