02-19-2017 12:01 AM
Hi, how it can replace the laptop battery . My laptop is IdeaPad 110-15ISK I7...I've been looking for this information ,I can not find. Which is the replacement procedure.Thanks.
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02-19-2017 02:20 AM
You have to remove the keyboard, CD/DVD drive and the back cover of the laptop to access the battery. See page 40 of the ideapad 110-14ISK/ ideapad 110-15ISK Hardware Maintenance Manual for the instructions and diagrams on how do do so.
ideapad 110-14ISK/ ideapad 110-15ISK Hardware Maintenance Manual
02-19-2017 02:52 AM
Thanks,built too complicated for a replacement battery. Some things should be made simpler,and this, is one of them. Lenovo! things should be simpler, not more complicated.
05-03-2017 03:44 AM
07-11-2017 05:03 AM
Not many cheaper laptops have easily accessable batteries anymore. But then again, how often do you need to service a battery? Unfortunately many laptops have been designed with a pre determined lifespan and when the battery gets to a point of not holding a charge you replace the laptop. Yes, doesn't sound very eco friendly, but that's where things are going. If the battery that's in there simply doesn't meet your needs for lifespan. Then a replacement probably won't solve your issue. These days, you have to buy what you need at time of purchase as in RAM, battery life, and other features because upgrades and not avaialble after purchase. I get around 4 hours with my 110-15ISK with a core i3 CPU. Its about what I expected for a cheap laptop.
04-27-2018 06:56 AM
I have 2 of these laptops and have no problem removing the battery. I sure don't have to remove my keyboard or anything, the battery is located on the backside of the laptop and has 2 small locking tabs that slide back and forth unlocking and locking the battery in/out. Your info about taking the battery out was really helpful to me. I had not noticed that my battery was not recharging until I got the flash notice of low battery on my screen...by then it was too late. The system would not come back on with the dead battery in and the laptop plugged into the wall which baffled me. But your suggestion to take the battery out and plug directly to the wall outlet brought my laptop back up. The battery lasted about a year and half for me, so I guess I was luckier than most. Thanks so much for your helpful tip.