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Bewerking door Jeff Suovanen

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[* icon_noteblack] If you successfully removed all threeany of the adhesive strips, move on tostrips broke off and the next step. Otherwise, you will needbattery remains stuck to pry the battery from the rear case.
[* black] [guide|25705|Prepare
case, [guide|11677|prepare an iOpener|new_window=true] and apply itiOpener] or use a hair dryer to the back ofheat the rear case,case directly overbehind the battery. Alternatively, you can apply heat using a heat gun or hair dryerIt should be slightly too warm to touch comfortably.
[* black] After about a minute, removeicon_caution] Overheating the iOpener, flipiPhone may ignite the battery.
[* black] Flip
the phone over and slideuse a plastic card underneath the battery to break up any remaining adhesive behind the battery.
[* icon_caution] Do not'''Do not''' insert theyour card fromin the right, as pryingarea between the volume down (-) button and the top edge of the battery, or you may damage the volume control cable lying underneath.
[* icon_caution] '''Do not''' pry
against the logic board canor you may damage it. Also, be sure to not bend the battery,phone.
[* icon_caution] Keep the card
as doing so can punctureflat as possible to avoid bending the cellbattery, which may damage it and cause it to release dangerous chemicals.
[* icon_caution] Don't
chemicals or catch fire. Do not use any sharp tools to pry underat the topmost sectionbattery.
[* icon_note] Alternatively, a piece
of the battery, near the volume up button and mute switch, or youdental floss may damage the volume controls ribbon cable, which is adheredbe used to separate the battery from the rear case just beneathcase. A stronger alternative to dental floss is an unwound guitar string, such as a 0.009 E string from a 12-string set.
[* black] Thread
the batteryfloss or string behind the upper battery corners, bring the ends together, wrap them around a folded cloth, and pull evenly.
[* icon_noteblack] If you successfully removed all threeany of the adhesive strips, move on tostrips broke off and the next step. Otherwise, you will needbattery remains stuck to pry the battery from the rear case.
[* black] [guide|25705|Prepare
case, [guide|11677|prepare an iOpener|new_window=true] and apply itiOpener] or use a hair dryer to the back ofheat the rear case,case directly overbehind the battery. Alternatively, you can apply heat using a heat gun or hair dryerIt should be slightly too warm to touch comfortably.
[* black] After about a minute, removeicon_caution] Overheating the iOpener, flipiPhone may ignite the battery.
[* black] Flip
the phone over and slideuse a plastic card underneath the battery to break up any remaining adhesive behind the battery.
[* icon_caution] Do not'''Do not''' insert theyour card fromin the right, as pryingarea between the volume down (-) button and the top edge of the battery, or you may damage the volume control cable lying underneath.
[* icon_caution] '''Do not''' pry
against the logic board canor you may damage it. Also, be sure to not bend the battery,phone.
[* icon_caution] Keep the card
as doing so can punctureflat as possible to avoid bending the cellbattery, which may damage it and cause it to release dangerous chemicals.
[* icon_caution] Don't
chemicals or catch fire. Do not use any sharp tools to pry underat the topmost sectionbattery.
[* icon_note] Alternatively, a piece
of the battery, near the volume up button and mute switch, or youdental floss may damage the volume controls ribbon cable, which is adheredbe used to separate the battery from the rear case just beneathcase. A stronger alternative to dental floss is an unwound guitar string, such as a 0.009 E string from a 12-string set.
[* black] Thread
the batteryfloss or string behind the upper battery corners, bring the ends together, wrap them around a folded cloth, and pull evenly.