Dell Latitude E6320 series 6 cell Battery – F7W7V/Y61CV/FN3PT
- Li-ion battery (external)
- 65Whr, 6 cell battery
- Voltage: 11.4v, Capacity: 5700 mAh
- Built-in circuit protection for device safety
- 1-year nationwide warranty from DELL.
- A guided assurance on compatibility
- Get confirmation on chat support within seconds
- 15 days easy return
- BIS certified product ensures standardization and quality of product
Compatible Laptop Models: Scroll Below
With the purchase of this amazing Dell battery set, you get one whole year of warranty from the brand itself. That’s like buying one year of assurance. One year of never having to think about any other alternative and facing any issues with your battery.
With a brand like Dell, trust and safety are two things you don’t ever have to question. The brand name itself speaks volumes of faith and reliability. And, as if that wasn’t enough, the built-in circuit protection ensures your laptop is safeguarded from any sudden power changes and you get a powerful backup with zero barriers every single time.
Hassle-free installation, lower downtime, and higher efficiency are what you get when you invest in a high-quality product like this original Dell battery.
The Li-ion 6-cell battery from DELL™ is specially designed for the Inspiron series to meet the power needs of your laptop. Packed with 5700 mah power for longer battery use and fast charging support.
- Offers 5700 mAh power storage sufficient for your day-to-day usage.
- Genuine DELL-branded parts undergo rigorous testing by qualified engineers to ensure compatibility and reliability in your system.
- Please verify the compatibility of the battery with your laptop before you place an order with us.
- Please ensure that the battery specification matches the old laptop battery.
- For batteries that require opening the laptop choose a genuine service centre for installation if doing it for the first time.
Compatible Parts: 09K6P, 0F7W7V, 11HYV, 3W2YX, 5X317, 7FF1K, 7M0N5, 823F9, 9GXD5, 9P0W6, CPXG0, CWTM0, F33MF, F7W7V, FHHVX, FN3PT, FRROG, GYKF8, HGKH0, HJ474, J79X4, JN0C3, K4CP5, K94X6, KFHT8, MHPKF, NGXCJ, R8R6F, RCG54, RFJMW, RXJR6, TPHRG, FRR0G, V7M6R, WJ38, WJ383, WRP9M, Y0WYY, Y40R5, Y61CV, YJNKK
When should I know it’s time to replace the laptop battery?
How much time does it take for a battery to charge completely? Can it get overcharged?
What factors should I keep in mind before buying a laptop battery?
-Check if the new battery is an exact fit as compared to your old battery.
-Warranty of the battery
How can I avoid purchasing a fake battery?
-Always buy from original brand sources or a reliable seller.
-Match whether or not the number of cells and charge capacity is the same between the original one that you have and the one that you are buying.
-Check the battery info view which is easily available online on the company website completely free of cost.
-Check if the warranty is given directly from the original brand.
How to identify a dead laptop battery?
-Your battery will drain fast.
-You will face uncertain power failure.
-Your windows will report to you about battery issues.
-You will notice a rise in your laptop temperature.
How to check the laptop battery part number?
What are the steps to install a new battery in your laptop?
Step 1: The first step is to turn off your computer and unplug it from the power outlet. Remove any external devices connected to the computer, such as USB flash drives or external hard drives.
Step 2: Next, remove all screws holding the casing of your laptop together by getting under each side of the laptop with a small flathead screwdriver and gently prying out each screw with your fingers. Once all screws are removed, carefully lift up one end of the laptop at once to separate it from its casing completely.
Step 3: The next step is to slide out any cables connected to your motherboard (the part inside a laptop that connects all internal components), including those for the Wi-Fi antenna, Bluetooth radio, and other networking components.
Once you've removed these cables completely from their sockets on the motherboard, follow them out of open ports on the underside of your laptop so they're free from interference when you put in new ones later on.