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Hp Pavilion gaming battery stripped screwed issue

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Hp Pavilion Gaming
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Need help!!!

First time I upgraded my hp pavilion gaming laptop I was putting in 16gb of ram and my laptop was working great it still does in then I got a ssd solid state drive to replace my hard drive.

 

I cloned all my files to my ssd Samsung in shutdown my laptop to start upgrading and after taking the two screws out the battery the last one at the top right corner at the very end next to the hard drive there’s a stripped screw that I been trying to take out for 2 days now.

 

I tried the rubber band trick it wasn’t thick enough my screwdrivers kept popping straight threw the rubber band and my Phillips and flathead screws didn’t work I tried every size I think it’s cause everything so close to each other the battery and hard drive that the small screw is too tight I have to be very careful tryin to take it out I been thinking of tryin different methods but I’m starting to run out of options and there’s no videos on YouTube or websites on how to take a strip screw out a hp pavilion gaming battery.

 

I Need help have anyone had this same issue with their gaming laptop if yall have any tips or tricks on how to fix this issue I appreciate it thanks for y’all help and support hope y’all have a bless day.

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@LuvMusicKJ19 Welcome to HP Community!

 

You will need the following tools to complete the removal and replacement procedures:

● Flat-bladed screwdriver

● Magnetic screwdriver

● Phillips P0 and P1 screwdrivers

 

User the appropriate screwdriver to remove the screw you are having trouble with and it should help your cause, click here for more details, under page. (Tools required 27).

 

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Riddle_Decipher
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@LuvMusicKJ19 Welcome to HP Community!

 

You will need the following tools to complete the removal and replacement procedures:

● Flat-bladed screwdriver

● Magnetic screwdriver

● Phillips P0 and P1 screwdrivers

 

User the appropriate screwdriver to remove the screw you are having trouble with and it should help your cause, click here for more details, under page. (Tools required 27).

 

I hope that answers your query,  

If it did, simply select "Accept as solution", to help the community grow, 

And if you wish to thank us for our efforts, click on the thumbs up for kudos.

Have a great day ahead.

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