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Use this guide to replace the battery in your Motorola Moto 360 2nd Gen. The battery part numbers are FW3S and FW3L for the 42mm and 46mm respective case sizes.

  1. Use your finger or the tip of a spudger to compress the pin securing the watch band. With the pin compressed, remove the watch band. With the pin compressed, remove the watch band.
    • Use your finger or the tip of a spudger to compress the pin securing the watch band.

    • With the pin compressed, remove the watch band.

  2. Insert an opening tool to into the small notch next to the microphone hole. Slide the opening tool around the perimeter of the trim ring while prying up slightly to slice through the adhesive securing the ring to the watch. If the trim ring does not readily separate from the watch, heat it with an iOpener or hair dryer to soften the adhesive.
    • Insert an opening tool to into the small notch next to the microphone hole.

    • Slide the opening tool around the perimeter of the trim ring while prying up slightly to slice through the adhesive securing the ring to the watch.

    • If the trim ring does not readily separate from the watch, heat it with an iOpener or hair dryer to soften the adhesive.

    • Remove the trim ring.

  3. Use an opening tool to slowly pry the button trim ring straight up. If you bend or rotate the trim ring while removing it, you may damage the small pins that secure it. Remove the trim ring.
    • Use an opening tool to slowly pry the button trim ring straight up.

    • If you bend or rotate the trim ring while removing it, you may damage the small pins that secure it.

    • Remove the trim ring.

  4. Use a small pin spanner to unscrew the button. If you don't have access to the proper spanner, you can use a pair of tweezers, a very small screwdriver, or a paperclip to unscrew the button assembly. Insert your chosen tool into one of the grooves around the button and push sideways.
    • Use a small pin spanner to unscrew the button.

    • If you don't have access to the proper spanner, you can use a pair of tweezers, a very small screwdriver, or a paperclip to unscrew the button assembly. Insert your chosen tool into one of the grooves around the button and push sideways.

    • There is blue thread locker on these threads, so light heat on the button may help to soften the thread locker.

    • Remove the button.

    • There is a small red o-ring that may fall off the button threads when the button is removed. Make sure not to lose the o-ring.

  5. While holding the outer case steady, twist the inner watch assembly clockwise until it stops. While holding the outer case steady, twist the inner watch assembly clockwise until it stops.
    • While holding the outer case steady, twist the inner watch assembly clockwise until it stops.

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  7. Hold the outer watch case steady and push against the bottom of the inner assembly to remove the inner assembly from the frame. It should not take much force to push the inner assembly out of the watch frame. If it seems stuck, make sure that you've rotated the inner assembly far enough to release it from the frame. It should not take much force to push the inner assembly out of the watch frame. If it seems stuck, make sure that you've rotated the inner assembly far enough to release it from the frame.
    • Hold the outer watch case steady and push against the bottom of the inner assembly to remove the inner assembly from the frame.

    • It should not take much force to push the inner assembly out of the watch frame. If it seems stuck, make sure that you've rotated the inner assembly far enough to release it from the frame.

  8. Use a fingernail or opening tool to pry the plastic lower assembly away from the display assembly. Do not completely separate the lower assembly from the display assembly yet. There is a cable connecting the two that must be disconnected first. Do not completely separate the lower assembly from the display assembly yet. There is a cable connecting the two that must be disconnected first.
    • Use a fingernail or opening tool to pry the plastic lower assembly away from the display assembly.

    • Do not completely separate the lower assembly from the display assembly yet. There is a cable connecting the two that must be disconnected first.

  9. Use tweezers to remove the small rubber strip between the battery and the display ZIF connector.
    • Use tweezers to remove the small rubber strip between the battery and the display ZIF connector.

  10. Use a spudger to lift the locking flap on  the display ZIF connector. Use a spudger to lift the locking flap on  the display ZIF connector.
    • Use a spudger to lift the locking flap on the display ZIF connector.

  11. Lift the display cable straight out of its connector on the motherboard. Lift the display cable straight out of its connector on the motherboard.
    • Lift the display cable straight out of its connector on the motherboard.

  12. Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry the battery out of the case. The adhesive can be stubborn. If the battery does not come out initially, apply heat to soften the adhesive.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to gently pry the battery out of the case.

    • The adhesive can be stubborn. If the battery does not come out initially, apply heat to soften the adhesive.

    • If the shield over the motherboard comes off with the battery, use an opening pick to separate the battery and the shield, then snap the shield back onto the motherboard.

    • Do not pull the battery all the way out after you separate it from the shield. There is a fragile battery cable that must be disconnected before the battery is completely removed.

  13. Use tweezers to lift out the grey plastic cover over the battery connector.
    • Use tweezers to lift out the grey plastic cover over the battery connector.

  14. Use the point of a spudger to pry up the battery connector and disconnect the battery. Use the point of a spudger to pry up the battery connector and disconnect the battery.
    • Use the point of a spudger to pry up the battery connector and disconnect the battery.

  15. Remove the battery.
    • Remove the battery.

Sonuç

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hi,

bei mir hat die Anleitung zu 100 % gepasst.

Meine Moto läuft nun wieder mit neuem Akku.

thomas01 - Yanıt

Just went through with this. Had a few comments/suggestions for anyone trying this:

Step 1

- I moistened a small hand towel (you could probably use a paperwork) and microwaved it. I put it in a ziplock bag and it worked fine.

Step 2

- I only had two small flat head screw drivers (from an electronics repair kit.) I used one to pry near the microphone then worked the other around. The adhesive is a strip so it may come off on the ring in some areas and the watch body on others. At the end I scraped it from the body and reapplied it to the ring and it seemed to work well when I reassembled.

Step 3

- My watch had a gold ring and I couldn’t find a way to remove it at first. I ended up just using my smallest flat head and got underneath it to pry it off. Went pretty fast after that.

Ben - Yanıt

We’ve updated this guide with better photos and instructions. Thank you for your comments and suggestions!

Arthur Shi -

Step 3 (continued)

- As for removing the button, use a small flat head and place it at an angle in one of the spanner sockets. Then gentle tap the end with another object to loosen the screw. Once loosened, it unscrewed pretty easily by using one screw driver.

Step 4

- Similar to step 2, I inserted one then walked one around the outside gentle prying out the innards. Slipping the flat head between the gasket and the inside of the body takes some finesse but once you get about half way around it’s not too bad.

- The innards have a lip that runs around 2/3 the way around that goes under a lip on the body. I found this the most challenging part on removing and reinserting the innards. Just use a screw driver to pry away the body and then use a second to push in the innards. It takes some work. I tore a few parts of the gasket so I don’t think i’ll be swimming with this anymore, but the ring (first step) gives a decent seal against sweat and moisture.

Ben - Yanıt

Step 5

- Pretty straightforward; pry the rubber away as the guide shows. You may need to pull firmly to remove the ribbon. I just used my finger as I was afraid my tweezers would tear or puncture the ribbon.

Step 6

- As the guide states the adhesive is pretty strong but it doesn’t appear there is much to hurt between the screen and battery so just pry it away slowly (and evenly.) Once the battery is removed, use a small flat heat to pry the plastic out so you can get to where the battery cable snaps in.

Reassemly

- So like any repair, reassembly can be just as difficult as assembly. I ran into two major struggles: getting the innards ribbon cable reinserted and getting the innards back in the body.

- For the ribbon cable, I was being too gentle when trying to insert. I though the ribbon inserted and then the rubber (pried away in step 5) was holding it in place. No the case; the ribbon should (with a firm press) push back into the female end snugly. My ribbon folded over 90d which gave me a place to press on.

Ben - Yanıt

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