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Basically you keep the jumper cables separated because these packs can hold large amounts of electrical power. Bagging them and taping them is effective. Duct tape works.
Remove screws and dont lose them. The case or shell opens like a clam shell. Be careful because some parts or circuit boards may not be screwed down and come out of their slots when its opened.
You will find one of several batteries inside.
There is a 7 amp hour to about 20 amp hour battery inside depending on how big and how high quality the jump box is. Remove the battery
Find a battery supply place like our Meridith Battery in Cranberry 16066 or Batteries Plus near 15234 and take your old battery with you... you will need it to trade in.
The car parts stores dont have these. Battery supply places, Granger, Interstate, and other full service battery facilities will carry these.
PowerSonic, Yuasa, Panasonic, CSB, Deka, Rocket, Exide, Johnson Controls are all main line brands in this catagory of battery.
Newark Electronics, Granger, and Ebay all have these as standard fair. This is not a walmart advance autozone napa item.
Install in the same manor you took it apart being very very careful not to short anything or put anything in the wrong spot. Charge 24 hours before use.
I think you should remove all screws around the camera, to move the underside like 1/10 of an inch or less. Don't forget to lift the side of the battery door, on the side you opened the camera. First place the pin on the other side of where the camera is open and then move the door in its place. Than close the camera and put in the screws. ready
Remove the keyboard and the media button panel. Remove all the screws from the underside of the laptop. Remove the access panels. Remove the hard drive.
There are three screws that holds the chassis together here (inside the hard drive bay). You won't be able to completely open the chassis but now you can use a flat blade (I used a small flat head screw driver) and pry the top and bottom pieces apart.
As I mentioned, you won't be able to completely take the two chassis pieces apart but you will now have enough clearance to access the CMOS battery to the right of the headphone jack (looking at the bottom).
I used a small flat head to pop the battery out. I then used long tweezers to place the new 1220 battery on the battery tray and reached around from the hard drive bay and popped it in with my index finger.
Put everything back together in the order you took it apart.
do not put your phone in ANY liquid, even rubbing alcohol! any liquid puts your phone at risk of corrosion in places you cannot see. even if it works fine now, that is no guarantee that there is not still small amounts of moisture inside that may still cause damage later. take your phone apart, put all the pieces of your phone in a ziploc bag of uncooked rice, and LEAVE IT IN THERE for at least 24 hours. having the battery in at all when there may be moisture inside puts your phone at risk for more damage. save yourself trouble later by leaving it alone in the rice for as long as you can. two days would be better.
I have the battery powered TI-30xa and I didnt press anything when I was done. I: 1) opened the back by taking out the screws 2) took out the old batteries 3) put in the new batteries 4) closed the case and put the screws back in 5) it has worked great since.
I put together what I knew where it went, the put the whole thing together and looked at it before putting in the screws. I saw a hole and remembered a "button" there that moved sideways with a spring pushing it back into the original place. I reopened and after examining the part put it in that slot. I then put it together and it worked. I put the screws back in then and all is well Thank you for the reply. Glad I found your site. I will keep it if I ever need any help. Kathryn
I just took mine apart, and put it back together. Of the three holes for the screws, there are two smaller and one bigger hole. Align the larger hole on the filter and the base, and the tiny plastic bit and the spring go in to the larger, along with the hollow and larger screw.
dunk the phone in metholated spirits (it is alchole which will eveporate and evaporate the water) a few times and the put ur hair dryer on cold and dry it. now because water and electricity dont like to meet you have shorted your battery which means you will have to charge ur battery for a while before your fone will operate then use ur sxc water fixed phone