跳转到主内容

1.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 2.8GHz) with 3MB shared L3 cache

355 个问题 查看全部

Replacement battery has thin film on each section do I need to remove?

None of the tutorials or images of the replacement battery I've seen seem to have this thin film over each battery. Am I supposed to remove them?

Block Image

已回答! View the answer 我也有这个问题

这是一个好问题吗?

得分 1
添加一条评论

2个回答

已选择的解决方案

Peal it off. It's a protective shipping covering. Leaving it on will cause the battery to retain more heat than it should.

这个答案有帮助吗?

得分 6

评论:

Thank you mayer!

完成的

Glad I could help

完成的

As I posted elsewhere:

This is incorrect. Per an example battery listing on Amazon: "Each cell has a layer of plastic film attached to it. This is used to protect the cells. Please do not remove them."

And:

"Do I need to remove the film from the battery? it is difficult

Answer: No, in fact leave the clear adhesive plastic film on, since removing it can tear the thin black plastic cover over the battery.

This information came directly to me from the company, after I had taken the clear plastic off, and they had to send me a replacement battery."

The iFixit guide here: 2015 年初 Macbook Air 13'' 电池更换 states: "Note: If there is a thin plastic film on your replacement battery, do not attempt to remove it. It is glued on and protects the battery pack while it is inside the MacBook."

Maybe some batteries ship with plastic film that is removable, some do not, so telling users to just remove it poses a risk to the user and may damage their equipment.

完成的

添加一条评论

You can leave it there. The film has no impact on the functionality of the batteries. Is just a transport protection.

这个答案有帮助吗?

得分 2

评论:

Thanks Cosmin!

完成的

添加一条评论

添加你的答案

dpchoung 将永远感激不已
浏览统计数据:

过去的24小时: 4

过去的7天: 33

过去的30天: 162

总计 2,224