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+[* black] Place the new battery in place and align the far contact with the outer solder pad. Use a small strip of electrical tape to hold the cable against the solder pads.
+[* icon_caution] Installing the battery upside down (with the cable facing up) will destroy the logic board.
+[* black] Place the strip of tape over the end of the battery ribbon cable to both cover two of the solder pads and hold the contacts down against the logic board.
+[* black] Heat the rightmost contact until the solder below melts, then apply a small amount of solder to the contact, allowing it to flow through the two holes in the cable and down to the logic board.
+[* icon_caution] Do not apply too much solder. The amount required for a proper bond is miniscule.
+[* black] As soon as the solder has flowed into the joint, remove both the solder and the iron.

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