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Battery removal I cannot remove the battery. It seems simple but the latch will not move. Is it possible that whoever replaced it last time screwed it up? Should I force the latch?

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Yes it is possible .but do it gently it will move if you force and the latch gets damaged it will not hold the battery inside properly.
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