Toshiba Mini is dead - battery maybe?

Hello I have a Toshiba still Mini that only recently. I think it must be the battery at least I hope so. How can I open it, what kind of battery does it take and how much do they cost? Help, please. thanx

What are the symptoms?

When it feeds on the charger?

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