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Battery Replacement

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MacBook Pro
(16-inch) 2019

MacBook Pro (16-inch) 2019 Battery Replacement

Replacing the battery in a MacBook Pro (16-inch) 2019 model requires some technical skill and the right tools. Here’s a general guide on how to replace the battery:

1. **Prepare your workspace**: Find a clean, well-lit area to work and gather all necessary tools and replacement parts. You’ll need a compatible replacement battery, screwdrivers (Phillips and possibly Tri-wing or Pentalobe), and possibly some prying tools.

2. **Safety first**: Ensure your MacBook Pro is powered off and disconnected from any power source. It’s also a good idea to use an anti-static mat and wrist strap to prevent damage from static electricity.

3. **Remove the bottom case**: Turn your MacBook Pro over and remove the screws securing the bottom case. Keep track of the screws and their placements, as they may vary in size and length.

4. **Disconnect the battery**: Locate the battery connector on the logic board and carefully disconnect it. This usually requires gently pulling up on the connector tab with your fingers or a spudger tool.

5. **Remove the old battery**: The battery is typically held in place with adhesive strips. Carefully pry up the battery using a plastic card or spudger tool, being mindful not to puncture or bend the battery.

6. **Install the new battery**: Place the new battery into position and reconnect the battery connector to the logic board.

7. **Reassemble your MacBook Pro**: Put the bottom case back on and secure it with the screws. Make sure everything is snug but not over-tightened.

8. **Calibrate the new battery (optional)**: Once your MacBook Pro is back together and powered on, you may want to calibrate the new battery for optimal performance. To do this, fully charge the battery, then use your MacBook Pro on battery power until it automatically shuts down due to low battery. Charge it back up to full again without interruption.

9. **Check for proper functionality**: After replacing the battery, make sure your MacBook Pro powers on and functions correctly. Check the battery status indicator in macOS to ensure the new battery is recognized and charging properly.

If you’re uncomfortable performing the battery replacement yourself, or if your MacBook Pro is still under warranty or AppleCare, it’s best to contact Apple Support or visit an Apple Authorized Service Provider for assistance. They can help you with the battery replacement and ensure it’s done safely and correctly.

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