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My rechargeable battery has appears to be need replaceing

The recharger doesn t appear to be functuning. In get no red light on then device. how do i get the battery replaced

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Your netbook has a built-in battery, not an externally attached one. . The netbook will need to be disassembled to replace the battery. There are screws on the bottom holding the cover in place. Remove them and you should see the battery. I don't know if the battery plugs in or is soldered to the main board. Check eBay for a replacement battery.

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