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Battery change on Dell latitude c6400.14inchlaptop

No charge. Holding 2 or 3 mins at most

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  • Ken Lewis
    Ken Lewis Feb 12, 2014

    i just need to change the battery

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Hi,
I think the Laptop you have is E6400,
Steps to Remove the Battery.
They are 3 Release Latches to remove the Battery.
1) Make Sure all cables including Power cord is unplugged.
2) Please look at the image attached.battery change on Dell latitude c6400.14inchlaptop - 1a2dca20-03d2-447a-9f36-95e42448fc94.jpg
3) Turn the Computer Upside Down.
4) I have numbered the Latches.
Latch# 1 - Slide the battery door release latch# 1 into the unlocked position and Slide the battery door release latch# 1 toward the base of the system.
5) Latch# 2 and 3 - Slide the battery release latches into the unlocked possition.
6) Open the battery door on Latch# 1
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7) Using the battery pull tab slide the battery out of the system.

Let me know if you need any other help.
Thanks

Posted on Feb 21, 2014

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