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    Battery change

    For the last 2 months my iPhone battery would not hold its charge very long. I was always tethered to an external battery. Yesterday I finally opened my phone and replaced the old battery with a new one.
    Itís all back together and everything works.
    Elliot
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    Re: Battery change

    Mine went black screen. First shop checked it and told be it was the main board and dead. Second shop popped in a new battery for $40 and sent me happily on my way.
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    Re: Battery change

    I got the battery and tools to open the phone and pop off the connectors. Cost $18 on Amazon.
    The battery is held in by two adhesive strips. I used an old plastic credit card to help remove the battery.
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    Re: Battery change

    Quote Originally Posted by Gliderman8 View Post
    I used an old plastic credit card to help remove the battery.
    So did Sail
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