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I need help on how to open the battery door & find out exactly which new battery I need to buy

Seems I left my laptop plugged in too much? So, even with help from COSTCO concierge to discharge it completely and recharge it by powering it up, it won't hold a charge for long.

I moved the tab in the direction of the arrow on the battery compartment, labeled:
NICKEL-CADMIUM
NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE
AND/OR LITHIUM/ION BATTERY

and I can't get it to open.

Questions:
1. How do I open the compartment? When I slide the tab and try to pry open the compartment at the other small opening, nothing happens.

2. Do you know which battery I need?

3. Who has the best price on new X205-S9349 Toshiba batteries?

4. How do I not fry the next battery? How long am I supposed to leave it plugged in and when do I unplug it? Please explain this part so I can do it right with the new one.

I truly appreciate your help.

Roseann

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It is cmos cell batterty.
it is nearly RAM.

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