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Battery replacement Followed directions as to taking apart, all went well. But can't see how the little white end of the battery fits back on motherboard. Just pried it off with directions, but fitting it back on is a challenge. Is there an easy way? thanks

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What directions have you been following. On pdaparts.com they have both guides and videos. They may help you. In the column on the left of the home page, second section (section labeled "Company Info" :) fourth item down is "Repair Directions". You can find take-apart guide and video for the T3 on that page.

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