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    Laptop (Model)Asus G751JT-TH71
    MotherboardASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. G751JT 1.0
    Processor2.50 gigahertz Intel Core i7-4710HQ
    Memory (part number)Samsung M471B1G73D8B0-YKO
    Graphics Card #1NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M
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    Sound CardNVIDIA High Definition Audio
    MonitorGeneric 17.1 Laptop Monitor
    Storage #1c: (NTFS on drive 0) * 400.08 GB
    Storage #2d: (NTFS on drive 0) 577.46 GB
    CPU CoolerBuilt-in 2 cooling fans, rear venting system
    CaseAsus Laptop Case
    Power SupplyAsus Li-Ion Battery Pack A42N1403 with AC/DC Adapter Delta Electronics: Model: ADP-230EB T
    Keyboard Standard LED Laptop Keyboard
    Mouse Logitech Gaming Mouse G600
    Headset Logitech G230
    Mouse Pad Cheap
    Headset/Speakers NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible) (WDM)
    OS Windows 10 Home (x64) Version 1511
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    Lightbulb Heads up: Where to purchase an authentic Asus battery for the G751-JT

    Good afternoon!

    After reading through these forums for days regarding the battery problem (dead cells, not charging, etc), I attempted to purchase a battery through Amazon.com. Unfortunately, I learned very quickly that "offbrand" products do not work nicely with Asus. I ended up returning that battery (getting a full refund). I spoke with an official at Asus asking why do they not sell the batteries online for replacement. More or less its because since the the laptops are not really consumer friendly to work with they would rather have you send it in and allow them to work on it.

    After getting a price quote of $691 for service and labor alone (not including the battery), I realized I couldn't afford that route at all. There was something great that came out of the situation. I found a Asus Product Supplier online that sold authentic Asus Parts. It is located in Sweden, but I was ok after doing research regarding the company.

    Two days ago my battery came in and it was in fact a authentic Asus product. After installing the correct battery, I have had no further problems and my G751-JT works like brand new again. I highly recommend once installing, charge the battery fully, then discharge the battery fully before letting it charge again.

    Here is the place I ordered from along with the part number and cost (in USD):

    Company:
    Asus Parts

    Address:
    Zand Group AB
    Teknikringen 6
    583 30 Linköping
    Sweden
    VAT: SE 556699-7010

    Phone:
    +46 (0)13 - 31 60 34 (08:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00)

    Email:
    info@zandparts.com

    Accepts:
    Paypal, Klarna, Mastercard and Visa

    Part Page:
    http://www.asusparts.eu/en/Asus-0B110-00340000

    Part #:
    0B110-00340000

    Fits:
    Asus Notebook G Series G751JT
    Asus Notebook G Series G751JY

    Cost:
    $85.30

    Freight:
    $18.00 (via FedEx, which WILL require a signature)

    Total spent:

    $103.30
    Bottom line, well worth it to get my gaming laptop back running. So just trying to help put this information out there for those looking for genuine parts.
    Old dogs can still learn new tricks!

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    Thank you for this post. I was wondering if anyone knows another place like this to get an authentic battery replacement for G751JT in the US. And also on the site that was listed there seems to be 2 batteries for sale. Partnumber: 0B110-00340000 is the one listed by Sinfullysweet but there is also Partnumber: 0B110-00290000 does anyone know the difference?. Also if Sinfullysweet see's this I was just wondering if you remember about how long the shipping time was coming from Sweden. Thank you for any help or info. One more question. Has anyone had any luck with ebay on these? I'm very leary about buying something like a battery from there. But if anyone knows a well known reputable seller let me know.

    Here is the website link for the 2 batteries http://www.asusparts.eu/en/partfinde...G751JT#Battery
    Last edited by Tony2362; 01-02-2017 at 06:14 PM.

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    Apparently I'm the only one that has a dead battery and won't pay almost $700 and also won't let them steal my upgraded parts to get a replacement. So I'm most likely going to try ripping apart the battery pack and try replacing the cells with sony vtc6's or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony2362 View Post
    Apparently I'm the only one that has a dead battery and won't pay almost $700 and also won't let them steal my upgraded parts to get a replacement. So I'm most likely going to try ripping apart the battery pack and try replacing the cells with sony vtc6's or something.
    Actually, if you're in the U.S. and haven't contacted ASUS support recently to get a quote, you may want to do this just to confirm the cost again.
    Not sure if there has been any change, but thought there may have been some discussion internally about it, and might be worth looking into if it's not too much trouble.
    If you decide to send it to ASUS repair for out-of-warranty service though, you still need to arrange the shipping for the notebook to our office and wait for the notebook to be fixed, so a couple more things to consider once you get the out-of-warranty battery replacement quote.
    You probably want to remove your upgrade parts too just to be safe, so this may still not be a very good option for you.

    Anyway, hope this works out for you however you solve it and hopefully we can get some better suggestions from others.
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    Yeah I already contacted ASUS and they estimated $690 and made it sound like they would not return my upgraded parts basicly stealing them and I doubt I would even get my laptop back they probobly just send out a refurbished laptop thats not even mine lol. Thats why I came here theres no way I would ever send my laptop to them anymore when I can do it myself. Not worth getting scammed and screwed over.
    Last edited by Tony2362; 01-06-2017 at 08:45 PM.

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    Sorry to hear that and thanks for the update. Also, was wondering about your title and removed it for you if this sounds okay .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cl-Albert View Post
    Sorry to hear that and thanks for the update. Also, was wondering about your title and removed it for you if this sounds okay .
    Thanks.

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    This place has batteries for our G751(JT).

    https://www.zandparts.com/en/Zand%20Parts-ZPCS-AUG751NB

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