Question about ASUS Tablets & eReaders
You should be very careful charging any battery that heats up to the point that seems like it is overheating. Newer batteries are lithium ion or polymer and can cause fires when they get too hot although the polymer is supposed to be less susceptible. You should get a new battery if you're sure you're using the correct charger made for your device.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the rear cover...use your fingernails, or something thin and plastic (like a guitar pick) to get it started, then work your way around unsnapping it until it is off. Now unplug the battery, the battery connector pulls up towards you to unplug, it snaps in. Now, you have to put the rear cover back on..because as you will notice there is foil on it, and pins on the board that ground through that foil. After the cover is back on...press and hold the power button for 30 seconds or so to completely discharge the energy from the board. pop the back cover off, plug the battery back in, put the cover back on...and plug the tablet in. Now when you push the power button you should see a battery charging icon...let the tablet charge for an hour or so...then boot it up if you would like, but let it charge to 100% before unplugging. Good luck!!
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
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