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はじめに

This guide will walk users through removing the Dash Cam's casing revealing the internal components, allowing access to rechargeable battery.

  1. Be sure to turn off the Dash Cam by pressing the power button. Be sure to turn off the Dash Cam by pressing the power button.
    • Be sure to turn off the Dash Cam by pressing the power button.

  2. Rotate the Dash Cam to where the socket faces you. Remove the 9 mm screw using the Torx T6 screwdriver.
    • Rotate the Dash Cam to where the socket faces you.

    • Remove the 9 mm screw using the Torx T6 screwdriver.

  3. Remove the Dash Cam socket piece. Remove the Dash Cam socket piece.
    • Remove the Dash Cam socket piece.

  4. Rotate the Dash Cam to where the product information faces you. Remove the two 5 mm screws using the Torx T5 screwdriver.
    • Rotate the Dash Cam to where the product information faces you.

    • Remove the two 5 mm screws using the Torx T5 screwdriver.

  5. Remove top case from the bottom case. The compact nature of the casing requires use of the metal spudger for needed leverage. The compact nature of the casing requires use of the metal spudger for needed leverage.
    • Remove top case from the bottom case.

    • The compact nature of the casing requires use of the metal spudger for needed leverage.

  6. Remove the two 5mm screws using the Torx T5 screwdriver By removing the screws, the metal battery frame will now become free from the rest of the device. By removing the screws, the metal battery frame will now become free from the rest of the device.
    • Remove the two 5mm screws using the Torx T5 screwdriver

    • By removing the screws, the metal battery frame will now become free from the rest of the device.

  7. Remove the green tape overlying the pin connector with tweezers. Remove the pin connector using tweezers. Do not break black cord connection between motherboard and metal mount (orange circle).
    • Remove the green tape overlying the pin connector with tweezers.

    • Remove the pin connector using tweezers.

    • Do not break black cord connection between motherboard and metal mount (orange circle).

  8. This step shows the use of an incorrect tool. Only use ESD safe tools when handling the battery. With the the nylon spudger, lift the battery to expose and stretch the glue. Cut the glue residue by gliding the tool from left to right. With the the nylon spudger, lift the battery to expose and stretch the glue. Cut the glue residue by gliding the tool from left to right.
    • This step shows the use of an incorrect tool. Only use ESD safe tools when handling the battery.

    • With the the nylon spudger, lift the battery to expose and stretch the glue. Cut the glue residue by gliding the tool from left to right.

終わりに

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

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An excellent article except for one major problem but, why does iFixIt not sell theses batteries or direct you on where a person could actually buy one? This knowledge is pretty much useless with out a replacement battery to actually use.

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Thanks for this guide. This gave my Garmin 20 another couple of years! :)

BTW, I was able to buy the battery replacement from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07KSR...

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