This was easier than I first thought it would be!

All I had to do was separate the top and bottom half of the device with my fingernails then change batteries. I did have to clip a couple of the posts that held the original battery since the new one was bigger (and higher capacity).

No worries though!

In the end it turned on just fine! Woot!

I just followed the directions on this site and it was all good!

Right now I’m doing a run-down test to check its life… I’ll update this post when it’s done.

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