You can't replace a 6 volt battery with a 12 v
so I presume you are talking about the number of cells in the battery and not the voltage. More cells means more available current. In any event, if it was my laptop, I'd be obsessed with figuring out what the problem was. Obviously, it wasn't a proper fit. I have seen occasions where a laptop runs into a problem where the only way out seems to be to remove the battery, set it aside for a few minutes and then put it back in. I can't explain it but have seen this more than once. As for you doing this, it would depend on how comfortable you are with using small tools to take things apart. I do this all the time but cannot speak for you. I woudn't pry at it with a lot of force. I wouldn't be adverse to removing a lot of screws that hold the case together just to get some additional clearance. That, alone, might free the battery. Good luck.
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