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My batter is wedged

And it will not come out. I took to a shop and there only suggestion was to pry it out, which probably cause damage. any other ideas?

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The best way to get at this is by taking the plastics apart. You want to get to a point that you can see the back of the battery so you can push it out instead of prying it. Start by removing the keyboard, then the top plastic that hold the touch pad and surrounds the keyboard. At this point you should be able to see the back side of the battery pretty well, make sure nothing has fallen into the battery bay that has made the battery kick off to one side. You should be able o work it out from there.

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you have to force it to remove your battery. in some extent it will be damage but you have to remove it in anyway.

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