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  • H ey I'm Alex from Fixit, and today I'm gonna show you how to replace a battery

  • on your Apple watch series 2. For this repair you'll need an iOpener,

  • a curved razor blade, tweezers, a Y000 screwdriver, some opening picks and an

  • opening tool. I also recommend getting a force touch

  • gasket. It's inexpensive and it's real easy to break. So it's good to have it on

  • hand, and remember when it's time to do your repair make sure to follow the step

  • by step guide on We're gonna start this repair by

  • removing these two bands, so we have better access to the watch itself.

  • To release the band press the band release button and slide it out of its groove.

  • Now that we have the band's off we get our first real job, which is to loosen

  • the adhesive so we can take the display off. This adhesive is really tenacious to

  • help with the waterproofing, so it usually takes quite a bit of heat but we

  • don't want to burn the LCD. So we're using our iOpener to get it to about

  • a hundred and sixty degrees Fahrenheit and then we're gonna try to open it with

  • our curved razor blade, so that we don't damage the metal very much. When I'm

  • opening the Apple watch I always want to make sure I'm coming in at the safest

  • possible side. For the Series 2 that's gonna be the side across from the

  • digital crown. That's because the display cables come in from the bottom of the

  • display, and the crown also holds a little bit of the antenna. So I'm gonna

  • stay as far away from those components as I can and open from the other side.

  • You'll notice that I use a metal tool which some people prefer not to use so

  • that's to not scratch the watch but as this a watch has never been opened it's

  • a little bit harder for me to get in. Now that we have this watch open we're gonna

  • switch away from the sharp blade and then we're gonna switch to the pic so

  • that we minimize our chance of cutting the gasket. We really don't be lifting

  • any of the black gasket or cutting through and exposing any of the copper.

  • I'm gonna be moving my pic all the way around the display being sure to cut all

  • the adhesive without disconnecting the cables. Alright, so now that we have the

  • display completely off of the adhesive, we need to disconnect the display.

  • The first step to doing that is removing this black adhesive that's covering all

  • of our connections. With the adhesive out of the way we now see our three ZIF

  • connectors that we're going to open and then remove the display.

  • So now that we have the display off the thing we want to make sure is that we

  • didn't damage our gasket the things to look out for as seen here are exposed

  • copper or cut all the way through exposing the casing underneath. So in

  • this watch we're probably gonna have to replace our gasket. The first thing we're

  • gonna have to do is take this bracket off which is held in with this tiny

  • little tri wing - so we're gonna get our driver in there and remove this screw.

  • With the screw gone, we can get these tweezers in there and remove this

  • bracket exposing our first set of connections.

  • so our first connector that we're removing is this battery connection, and due

  • to tight tolerances and because these pointed tweezers are ESD safe I'm going

  • to go ahead and use these instead of a plastic pick. With that connection out of

  • the way, we can lift this board that's connected to the battery, and now we can

  • see further connections deeper down including the force touch gasket.

  • Now that the gasket is disconnected we have to get it off of our casing. So I'm

  • going to use this pick and slide it under our connections and wiggle it down

  • making sure to get underneath the adhesive. Once I have it started, since it

  • stays as one unit, I'm just going to use these blunt tweezers to lift it off of

  • the casing. Before putting your new gasket on it really pays off to clean

  • this surface as much as possible. So I'm going to use this q-tip and a little bit

  • of alcohol to make sure that all that adhesive is off of the case. Now that

  • your case is ready for reapplication, we're gonna take our new gasket and just

  • remove the rear adhesive cover. We're going to reapply this really carefully

  • making sure you're getting into all the edges and seating it as best as we can.

  • This is really important to make sure that our 3d touch and just our touch

  • work once the screens back on. To get the battery out we're gonna get our opening

  • tool around the battery. We're also gonna make sure that we're not on any of the

  • display cables because they rip really easily. The adhesive behind the battery

  • keeps it in place, but it's not very strong and it's more gooey than adhesive.

  • All that's left now is to reassemble your Apple watch!

  • I recommend reconnecting your new display and making sure that display and

  • touch work before actually removing the top adhesive and sealing it down.

  • Well, that's it for this repair make sure you subscribe to our channel to keep up to

  • date with all the latest iFixit teardowns and repair videos and I'll see you next time.

H ey I'm Alex from Fixit, and today I'm gonna show you how to replace a battery


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Apple Watchシリーズのバッテリー交換 (Apple Watch Series Battery Replacement)

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