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[* black] Push a plastic card between the right-most battery cell and the upper case, cutting the adhesive between the two.
[* icon_caution] Throughout this procedure, be careful not to damage the procedureany of the battery cells with your tools. A damaged lithium-ion battery may leak dangerous chemicals and/or catch fire. Use only plastic pry tools.
[* black] When using the hot iOpener method
, if you encounter any significant resistance to prying, stop and use the iOpener to reheat the section you're working on.
[* icon_caution] Throughout this procedure, be careful not to damage the procedureany of the battery cells with your tools. A damaged lithium-ion battery may leak dangerous chemicals and/or catch fire. Use only plastic pry tools.
[* black] When using the hot iOpener method
, if you encounter any significant resistance to prying, stop and use the iOpener to reheat the section you're working on.