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How To: Take apart and fix a 6th generation iPod Classic

In this how to video, you will learn how to open a 6th generation Ipod Classic. First, make sure to turn it off and make sure the hold button is on. Take a prying tool to undo the clips inside the device by sliding it in between the cover and back. Once the clips are undone, place thumb tacks on the sides and tops while popping the base out. Be careful, as there are cables inside that you do not want to break. The orange part is the battery while the blue object is the hard drive. Once you ma...

How To: Open up a 6th generation iPod Classic

In this how to video, you will learn how open an iPod classic. Notice that the sides of the interior of the bottom case have tabs. There are metal locking clips at the bottom of these. The plastic clips on the front cover engage these to lock the cover into place. This means you will need a pry tool in order to remove the cover. First, you will need to use the pry tool and insert it into the side of the device. Try to get under the clip and pry it from the front base plate. Work around the si...

How To: Disassemble a third-generation iPod Classic (A1238)

Accidents will happen. This brief how-to will guide you through the process of disassembling, cleaning and reassembling a sixth-generation iPod Class (A1238) quickly and efficiently without damaging any of the components, the first necessary step of any successful repair or restoration. This tutorial will also be of use to those who wish to learn more about the guts of their iPods without actually disassembling their units.

How To: Diassemble & open a iPhone 2G (1st generation)

In this video, learn how to crack open, dissaemble and take the back off an Apple iPhone 2G (1st generation). Advice from the Internet: Don't try this unless you have done like-attempts before successfully. It is very difficult to replace an IPhone 2G back cover with a new one, so beware!

How To: Install a high cap battery in a 4th Generation iPod

Is the battery in your Apple iPod just not up to par? Well, maybe it's time you replaced it with a high capacity battery. These detailed instructions will get you through the difficult, but easy process of doing so. Make sure you observe static safe precautions. Ground yourself before opening your iPod and don't walk around while performing this upgrade. This video tutorial will guide you on how to install a high cap battery in a 4th Generation iPod Photo.

How To: Install a high cap battery in a 1st Generation iPod

Is the battery in your Apple iPod just not up to par? Well, maybe it's time you replaced it with a high capacity battery. These detailed instructions will get you through the difficult, but easy process of doing so. Make sure you observe static safe precautions. Ground yourself before opening your iPod and don't walk around while performing this upgrade. This video tutorial will guide you on how to install a high cap battery in a 1st Generation iPod.

How To: Disassemble a third-generation Apple iPod Touch

Accidents will happen. This brief how-to will guide you through the process of opening up an Apple iPod Touch 3G MP3 player quickly and efficiently without damaging any of the components, the first necessary step of any successful repair. This tutorial will also be of use to those who wish to learn more about the guts of their iPods without actually disassembling their units.

How To: Take apart or disassemble an iPhone 2G/1st generation

In this video by PDA Parts, learn how to take apart and disassemble your Apple iPhone 2G (or, 1st generation iPhone, the same phone). By taking the back off and opening your iPhone, one can replace a broken screen. It is wise to listen to these instructions very carefully, as a small mishap can ruin your phone. Also, it should be noted, by doing this any Apple warranty will be void.

How To: Take apart an iPod Nano 3rd generation for repair

In this tutorial, we learn how to take apart an iPod Nano 3rd generation for repair. First remove the back casing using a guitar pick. Next, use a flat tool to lift up the battery carefully and remove it from the casing. You will see three wires that lead to the launch board, which are soldered into place. Now, use the flat tool to remove the back of the battery casing from the device. Now, remove the logic board by removing the 6 small screws inside of it. Next you will remove the LCD by lif...

How To: Dismantle a 3rd Generation iPod Nano

In this how-to video, you will learn now to dismantle an iPod Nano 3rd Generation. First, run a plastic tool on both sides of the device. Once this is done, remove the back cover with your fingers. Next, unscrew the six screws on the circuit board. Store them in a place where they will not be lost. Next, remove the click wheel ribbon cable from the jaw connector. Lift the jaw connector with the tool and use a pair of tweezers to gently remove the cable from the jaw. Next, remove the small met...

How To: Disassemble a first-generation iPod Touch

This video describes how to take apart a first generation iPod. To open the iPod, the video recommends using a putty knife or similar flat tool to gently ply open the casing. The presenter recommends being especially careful if this is the first time opening the casing. Once you have the first side open slightly wide work your way around the casing, making sure the entire casing is spread evenly around. Once all the sides are loose, the back casing just slides off. There are then two componen...

How To: Open a 4th generation iPod

Having trouble opening the fourth generation iPod? Don't give up! Check out this instructional electronics video that illustrates the simple process of opening a 4th generation iPod. This video from ipodjuice.com demonstrates a technique that can be used to open even the most difficult 4th Generation iPod battery installation. Follow along and fix your iPod so you can listen to music again!

How To: Reset a third generation iPod nano

Learn how to reset a third generation iPod Nano from this video in simple steps. First take your third generation iPod Nano and switch it on. Now press the hold switch at the bottom of the iPod. Now hold the menu button and middle button together for a few seconds. After a few seconds your iPod switches off and restarts again. Now your third generation iPod Nano is reset and ready to use.

How To: Take apart a 3rd generation Apple iPod generation Nano

This how-to video serves as a disassembly guide for MAC's 3rd generation iPod Nano, breaking it down into the pieces: display, battery, logic board, housing, cables, etc. If you're determined to do your own iPod repairs, installations, or modifications, at least follow some advice on you to open up the Nano without causing damage. You will need a Phillips head screwdriver, a black stick, a plastic pick, and a chisel tip screwdriver. Watch this video iPod tutorial and learn how to take apart a...

How To: Reconnect the ribbon cable on 4th generation iPod

Check out this instructional electronics video that illustrates the simple procss of reconnecting the ribbon cable on a 4th generation iPod. Sometimes the ribbon cable that tethers both halves of the fourth generation iPod during the battery replacement process needs to be reattached to the logic board. Watch as one of our technicians illustrates this process and start listening to music again!

How To: Reconnect the 4th generation iPod hard drive

Check out this instructional electronics video that illustrates the simple process of reconnecting the 4th generation iPod hard drive. The hard drive inside a fourth generation iPod can sometimes come loose from the logic board, but it can easily be reattached. Watch as a technician from iPodJuice.com shows you how it is done and start listening to music again!

How To: Open a 3rd generation iPod

Having trouble opening the third generation iPod? Don't give up! Check out this instructional electronics video that illustrates the simple process of opening a 3rd gen iPod. This video from ipodjuice.com demonstrates a technique that can be used to open even the most difficult 3rd Generation iPod battery installation. Change the battery on your iPod and start listening to music again today!

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