The battery for Digma E629

In order to be sure that exactly this battery is installed in your e-book it is necessary to disassemble your device before ordering something. Some manufacturers of e-books install different batteries into different batches of the same model!

Attention: the authors are not responsible for disruptions of work of e-books got after using this information. Everything you do is on your risk! Using this method removes your e-book from the warranty!

In e-books Digma E629 is installed the battery RE306573.

The battery for Digma E629 - RE306573

Parameters of the battery:

  • model: RE306573
  • capacity: 1500 mAh
  • length: 73 mm
  • width: 65 mm
  • thickness: 3.0 mm

It is necessary to disassemble an e-reader taken off its back cover in order to replace the battery of Digma E629. Look at the materials lower in order to learn how to do that. The wires of the battery of Digma E629 are soldered to the main board. You have to unsolder both contacts with the help of the solderer in order to detach it.

Try to isolate at least one of the wires in order not to short-circuit the battery. Even old and discharged battery can flame up when the wires are short-circuited.

Then you need to take off an old battery, exchange it for the new one and solder back plus and minus wires (the main thing is not to mix up the polarity or your e-reader will "die"). After that an e-book should be assembled and its operability in the reading mode and charging mode should be checked.



You can order a new battery in the internet-shop using this link:


You can see the step by step instruction for disassembling of the e-book on the site youtube.com using this link:








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