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How to change battery?

I have removed 4 screws, but the back is reluctant to come off

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Hi there:
once the screws are out:

you just need to pop out the back case in order to see the mainboard of your pocket pc.

try first whit your nails, and if you can't, then use a plane screwdriver.... but try firs whit nails cause screwdrivers can harm or scratch your case.

and tata you´re ready to change the battery....


find a guide whit pictures here.....

http://www.ipaqrepair.co.uk/guides/HP%20iPAQ%20rz1700%20Battery%20Replacement%20Guide.pdf

Enjoy your PDA... i love mine.

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DOES IPACK 1710 DOCKING STATION ALSO CHARGE THE BATTERY

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There is a small screw under the warranty void sticker. Take that out and the cover should just pop out.

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