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Look No Further For Your HP Pavilion DV6 Laptop Battery

The Laptop Battery is normally found in the base of your laptop. It can be a variety of shapes but normally it will be a long strip, about an inch thick running the length of the laptop or a more square shape. Laptop Batteries including all HP Laptop Batteries are very easy to remove. They will usually be locked in place with a slider. Slide this over and the HP Pavilion Battery can be removed, usually by sliding another button to release it.

One removed, when your replacement arrives all you need to do is insert it into the space and the lock it securely. Your new HP Pavilion DV6 Laptop Battery can then be charged and when the laptop charger is not inserted, will provide back up power for a couple of hours at a time.

To order your brand new laptop battery from Laptop Power UK just call or go shop on-line at Our laptop batteries incorporate Samsung Cells within to produce the best results and longer periods in-between charges.

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