TomTom Go Live 2535M Battery Replacement Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the TomTom Go Live 2535M Battery.
 
1.  Begin by lifting the ends of the label at the base or bottom of your TomTom to reveal the screws underneath.
 
2. Remove the two screws.
 
3. Next using the pry tool carefully slide the pry tool around the TomTom to open the device. Be careful not to separate completely the two halves as they are connected together by a yellow ribbon cable. Disconnect the ribbon cable to separate the two halves.
 
3. Next remove the six screws securing the circuit board.
 
4. Next very carefully lift the circuit board to access the battery.
 
5. And now pry up the original battery and disconnect the original battery.
 
6. Replace the battery with a new TomTom Go 2535M Battery Replacement from www.BatteryShip.com. Be sure to orient your new battery just like the old. You may want add a small piece of double sided tape to help hold the new battery in place. Connect the new battery.
 
Now we need to reverse your steps…
 
7. Re-seat the circuit board and secure the board with the six screws. Then reconnect the ribbon cable.
 
8. Carefully snap shut your TomTom.
 
9. Replace the screws to the base of the TomTom and reapply the
 
10. Charge your TomTom Go 2535M for 4 hours then turn on to use.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

Garmin Nuvi 2595LM Battery Replacment Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the Garmin Nuvi 2595LM Battery.
 
1.  Begin by removing the four screws on the back of your Garmin.
 
2. Next using the pry tool carefully slide the pry tool around the Garmin to open the device. Be careful not separate completely the two halves as they are connected together by a gold ribbon cable.
 
3. Next pry up the original battery and disconnect. Replace the battery with a new Garmin Nuvi 2595LM Battery Replacement from www.BatteryShip.com. Be sure to orient your new battery just like the old.
 
Now we need to reverse our steps…
 
4. Snap the two halves of the Garmin shut.
 
5. Replace the 4 screws removed in step 1.
 
6. Charge your Garmin Nuvi 2595LM for 4 hours then turn on to use.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

SkyGolf SkyCaddie SGX Battery

The following are the SkyGolf SkyCaddie SGX and SGXw Batteries Replacement Instruction guide.

1. Begin by laying your Skycaddie SGX face down.

2. Loosen the three battery cover screws and gently pull up on the cover using our included pry tool – note that the flat head screw driver will open the screws.

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3. Remove the old battery.

4. Replace the old battery by inserting a brand new SkyGolf Skycaddie SGX Battery from BatteryShip.com. The battery will be inserted at an angle so be sure to align the two pegs on each side of the battery with the channels on the SkyCaddie. Slide the battery down to snap it into place.

5. Replace the battery cover.

6. Charge your new battery for four hours. Then turn on your SGX.

PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

Golf Buddy Voice Battery Replacement Instructions

Please NOTE: Go VERY slowly and carefully during installation process.

  1. First note where the buttons on the Golf Buddy are positioned, because they will most likely come off during the replacement process, so you will need to put each one back in the right spot. You can hold them in with a finger to keep them from coming off, but it’s tricky.
  2. Remove the screw which is on the left side of the unit between the 2 buttons/switches. On the VS4 the screw is covered (just carefully pull the cover back to expose the screw). Set the screw aside in a safe place for replacement.
  3. Next, after removing the screw, use the plastic pry tool to pry around the seam. Don’t take the two halves of the case fully apart- open them very carefully like a clamshell, bottom side opening upwards. The screen is attached to the motherboard by a ribbon cable toward the top. If it does become detached, it can be reattached, but it’s easier if you leave it plugged in.
  4. Lift the motherboard carefully from the back half of the case. You will see the original battery underneath.
  5. Unplug and remove the original battery. Make sure to unplug it without removing the socket. (Look at the connector of the new battery to see what the plug should look like. That plug unplugs from the socket.)
  6. Plug in and install the new Golf Buddy Voice Battery.
  7. Put the motherboard back into place. Make sure not to crimp the wires.
  8. Close the Golf Buddy back up, making sure not to crimp the screen ribbon cable. Reinstall the buttons if they came loose.
  9. Charge the battery up to full.

PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages problems or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

Garmin Approach G6 Battery Replacement Instructions

Garmin Approach G6 Battery Replacement Instructions

1. Read these instructions all the way through before beginning. Use patience and care throughout the process to avoid damage to your unit.

2. Back up any saved data, as your data may be lost during the replacement process.

3. Place the unit face down. Use the included Torx T4 and T5 screwdrivers to remove the six screws around the edges of the back case. Try the T5 screwdriver first, and move to the T4 screwdriver only if the T5 screwdriver will not fit to avoid stripping the screws. We found that four screws were T5’s and two were T4’s, but they were randomly located. Set the screws aside.

4. Use the included Phillips screwdriver to remove the back rubber bumper that covers the charging ports. Set the bumper and its screws aside separately.

5. Use the plastic pry tool to pry around the seam between the front and back cases. There may appear to be two seams, one closer to the screen and the other around the rubber back portion of the unit. You will need to use the seam closer to the screen. The other seam does not open. The metal flathead can be used, with care, to create the initial opening. IMPORTANT: Be aware that the front case is connected to the motherboard at the bottom, so be very careful not to tear the connecting cable when you pull the case apart. Open carefully from the top. The connecting cable can be detached by gently lifting the edge of it where it connects to the motherboard. You don’t have to detach it, but doing so will make the battery replacement process easier. It is a bit of a challenge to reconnect it at the end, but doable.

6. Once the front case is open, you will see that the internals of the screen are attached to the motherboard with two Torx screws. These were T5 screws in our tester unit, but the T4 screwdriver may be used if the T5 screwdriver does not fit. Remove and set aside those two screws.

7. Remove and set aside the orange bumper that is around the external edge of the motherboard. It is similar to a rubber band, and will come right up using the pry tool or your fingernail.

8. Very carefully lift up the green motherboard to expose the original battery. It can help to squeeze the sides to create an opening, and use the pry tool to get underneath and pry up the board (again, very carefully).

9. Unplug the original battery by gently lifting the connector upwards by the wires. Note the orientation of the connector, so that you will know which direction the new battery connector should go in. Also note the orientation of the body of the original battery.

10. Remove the body of the original battery using the plastic pry tool, or the metal flathead if needed. Pry carefully around the edges until it comes up, taking care not to bend or break the battery. 

11. Place the new battery in the battery compartment, oriented in the same way as the original. Take care not to crimp the wires. Press the new battery’s connector down into the contact slot. Do not force it in- the connector will go in only one way. If it does not go in easily, please turn it over and try the other way. Some of the glue from the original battery will probably remain in the compartment and hold the new battery in. If not, double-sided tape can be used, but it is not really necessary. The battery compartment is small enough to keep the battery from moving significantly.

12. Replace the motherboard. Reinstall the screen screws.

13. Replace the orange bumper around the edge of the motherboard.

14. Reconnect the ribbon cable from the front case to the motherboard, if you previously disconnected it. The square piece on the ribbon cable snaps down onto the square piece on the motherboard. If you look at both connectors carefully, you will see how they connect.

15. Snap the front case onto the back case. Take care that the orange bumper stays in place and does not get in between the cases.

16. Reattach the charging port cover.

17. Reinstall all six screws into the back case.

18. Charge the new battery to full. Recycle the original battery by dropping it off at any local electronics, home improvement, office supply or department store, or Walmart. They will have a box to collect used batteries, usually in the customer service department or the electronics department.

PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability|are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions|you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages|problems|or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

TomTom Go 1000 Battery Installation Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the TomTom Go 1000 Battery.
 
1.  Begin by lifting the ends of the label at the base of your TomTom to reveal the screws underneath.
 
2. Remove the two screws.
 
3. Next using the pry tool carefully slide the pry tool around the TomTom to open the device. Be careful not to separate completely the two halves as they are connected together by a yellow ribbon cable. Disconnect the ribbon cable to seperate the two halves.
 
3. Next remove the six screws securing the circuit board.
 
4. Next very carefully lift the circuit board to access the battery.
 
5. And now pry up the original battery and disconnect the original battery.
 
6. Replace the battery with a new TomTom Go 1000 Battery Replacement from www.BatteryShip.com. Be sure to orient your new battery just like the old. You may want add a small piece of double sided tape to help hold the new battery in place. Connect the new battery.
 
Now we need to reverse your steps…
 
7. Re-seat the circuit board and secure the board with the six screws. Then reconnect the ribbon cable.
 
8. Carefully snap shut your TomTom.
 
9. Replace the screws to the base of the TomTom and reapply the
 
10. Charge your TomTom Go 1000 for 4 hours then turn on to use.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

TomTom Go 2405 Battery Installation Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the TomTom Go 2405 Battery.
 
1.  Begin by lifting the ends of the label at the base of your TomTom to reveal the screws underneath.
 
2. Remove the two screws.
 
3. Next using the pry tool carefully slide the pry tool around the TomTom to open the device. Be careful not to separate completely the two halves as they are connected together by a yellow ribbon cable. Disconnect the ribbon cable to seperate the two halves.
 
3. Next remove the six screws securing the circuit board.
 
4. Next very carefully lift the circuit board to access the battery.
 
5. And now pry up the original battery and disconnect the original battery.
 
6. Replace the battery with a new TomTom Go 2405 Battery Replacement from www.BatteryShip.com. Be sure to orient your new battery just like the old. You may want add a small piece of double sided tape to help hold the new battery in place. Connect the new battery.
 
Now we need to reverse your steps…
 
7. Re-seat the circuit board and secure the board with the six screws. Then reconnect the ribbon cable.
 
8. Carefully snap shut your TomTom.
 
9. Replace the screws to the base of the TomTom and reapply the
 
10. Charge your TomTom Go 2405 for 4 hours then turn on to use.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

TomTom Go 2505 Battery Installation Instructions

TomTom Go 2505 Battery Installation Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the TomTom Go 2505 Battery.
 
1.  Begin by lifting the ends of the label at the base of your TomTom to reveal the screws underneath.
 
2. Remove the two screws.
 
3. Next using the pry tool carefully slide the pry tool around the TomTom to open the device. Be careful not to separate completely the two halves as they are connected together by a yellow ribbon cable. Disconnect the ribbon cable to seperate the two halves.
 
3. Next remove the six screws securing the circuit board.
 
4. Next very carefully lift the circuit board to access the battery.
 
5. And now pry up the original battery and disconnect the original battery.
 
6. Replace the battery with a new TomTom Go 2505 Battery Replacement from www.BatteryShip.com. Be sure to orient your new battery just like the old. You may want add a small piece of double sided tape to help hold the new battery in place. Connect the new battery.
 
Now we need to reverse your steps…
 
7. Re-seat the circuit board and secure the board with the six screws. Then reconnect the ribbon cable.
 
8. Carefully snap shut your TomTom.
 
9. Replace the screws to the base of the TomTom and reapply the
 
10. Charge your TomTom Go 2505 for 4 hours then turn on to use.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

Garmin Astro DC20 Battery Installation Instructions

Garmin Astro DC20 Battery Installation Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the Garmin Astro DC20 Dog Tracking System Battery.
 
To remove the old DC 20 lithium-ion battery:
1. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the four top-cover screws from the top cover.
2. Separate the top cover from the bottom cover.
3. Use a small, flat-blade screwdriver to disconnect the six-pin connector from the top cover.
4. Use a small, flat-blade screwdriver to disconnect the two-pin connector from the bottom cover.
5. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the two battery-cover screws.
6. Remove the battery cover and the battery from the bottom cover.

Note the orientation of the battery in the bottom-cover housing. You will install the new battery the same way. Dispose of the old battery according to local ordinances and regulations.

7. To install the new DC 20 lithium ion battery place the replacement battery in the bottom cover.
8. Place the wired end of the battery on the same end as the Power Key on the bottom cover.
9. Attach the battery cover to the bottom cover using the two battery-cover screws.
10. Connect the replacement-battery two-pin connector to the bottom cover.
11. Connect the replacement-batter six-pin connector to the top cover by using your thumb to hold the connector against the housing.
12. Check to ensure proper operation of the replacement battery by pressing the circuit-board switch. If the red LEDs on the bottom cover do not begin flashing, check the six-pin connector for proper connection. Check the charging circuit by connecting the Astro System DC 20 battery charger to an appropriate electrical source and to the battery-charging port. If the blue LED is not on, check the two-pin connector for proper connection.
 
Firmly attach the top cover to the bottom cover using the four top-cover screws to ensure water resistivity.

Fully charge the DC 20 battery for 4 hours.

PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.

Garmin Astro DC30 Battery Installation Instructions

The following instruction guide may be used to replace the Garmin Astro DC30 Dog Tracking System Battery.
 
1. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the four top-cover screws from the top cover.
2. Separate the top cover from the bottom cover.
3. Use a small, flat-blade screwdriver to disconnect the six-pin connector from the top cover.
4. Use a small, flat-blade screwdriver to disconnect the two-pin connector from the bottom cover.
5. Use a small Phillips screwdriver to remove the two battery-cover screws.
6. Remove the battery cover and the battery from the bottom cover.

Note the orientation of the battery in the bottom-cover housing. You will install the new battery the same way.

7. To install the new DC 30 lithium ion battery place the replacement battery in the bottom cover.
8. Place the wired end of the battery on the same end as the Power Key on the bottom cover.
9. Attach the battery cover to the bottom cover using the two battery-cover screws.
10. Connect the replacement-battery two-pin connector to the bottom cover.
11. Connect the replacement-batter six-pin connector to the top cover by using your thumb to hold the connector against the housing.
12. Check to ensure proper operation of the replacement battery by pressing the circuit-board switch. If the red LEDs on the bottom cover do not begin flashing, check the six-pin connector for proper connection. Check the charging circuit by connecting the Astro System DC 30 battery charger to an appropriate electrical source and to the battery-charging port. If the blue LED is not on, check the two-pin connector for proper connection.
 
Firmly attach the top cover to the bottom cover using the four top-cover screws to ensure water resistivity.

Fully charge the DC 30 battery for 4 hours.

PLEASE NOTE: Patience and care, along with moderate technical and hand tool ability, are required for the successful replacement of a battery. Excessive force may result in damage to your device. The instructions above come with no warranty or guarantee. By utilizing these instructions, you agree to hold Batteryship.com and BatteryEducation.com blameless and unaccountable for any and all damages, problems, or personal injuries that may or may not arise by your use of these instructions. Replacing your battery may void any warranty you have on your device. Please read all instructions BEFORE replacing the battery.