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La parte di plastica sotto l'iPod.

  1. Infila attentamente un cacciavite a testa piatta o un Jimmy nella fessura tra la copertura in metallo e il bordo inferiore in plastica bianca, quindi fai leva sul bordo in plastica. Stai attento a non danneggiare la plastica morbida con il tuo strumento.
    • Infila attentamente un cacciavite a testa piatta o un Jimmy nella fessura tra la copertura in metallo e il bordo inferiore in plastica bianca, quindi fai leva sul bordo in plastica. Stai attento a non danneggiare la plastica morbida con il tuo strumento.

    Again, be mindful and careful of the little white teeth on the underside of the plastic especially the two on the ends of the long sides.

    DITOSP - Replica

    I used Stanley knife blade to gently prise both top and bottom plastic covers

    jimbo20039 - Replica

    Like I do for the top, I use a thin plastic guitar pick to wedge between the plastic cap and metal case. Once it’s in, turn the pick horizontal (same as the cap) and work it around until you can get your fingernails under it. Also, I believe this cap is made to go on only one way, so maybe mark which edge is front or back

    Ken Mastri - Replica

  2. Un paio di piccole pinze per anelli elastici è lo strumento più comodo per rimuovere le staffe di bloccaggio in metallo.
    • Un paio di piccole pinze per anelli elastici è lo strumento più comodo per rimuovere le staffe di bloccaggio in metallo.

    • Puoi anche usare un cacciavite a testa piatta per fare leva sulle staffe sotto il bordo inferiore come mostrato. Puoi liberare le staffe spingendo i bracci in metallo negli angoli e quindi sollevando la staffa.

    Be *very* careful on the left hand side. It's almost too easy to scrape the click wheel cable and cause damage to it!

    LambdaCalculus - Replica

    I used a circlip tool and for removal and reinsertion. It was fast and easy and avoids bending the part. They are also referred to as snap ring pliers.

    thezazupits - Replica

    Citazione da thezazupits:

    I used a circlip tool and for removal and reinsertion. It was fast and easy and avoids bending the part. They are also referred to as snap ring pliers.

    There are two kinds of snap ring pliers available. One pivots like regular pliers, one hinges in reverse (when you squeeze the handles, the tips spread). Use the first type.

    PZencak - Replica

    My click wheel lost some of its functionality. The back button, and the touch sensitivity to scroll through songs isn't working. :(

    coombsnahuel - Replica

    Hi,

    I have followed this very good tutorial as carefully as I could and I thank you very much for having posted it!

    However, my problem is not solved. After having connect-disconnect issues when used with car charger, the iPod started making faint noise when plugged and refused to charge or start-up. I thought it was a mechanical noise (hard drive?) but obviously it is not the case because battery and hard drive are now unplugged, and the board-screen assembly still makes the same noise when plugged in a USB socket (but of course I can't localize the origin of that noise).

    Do you have any idea what it might be due to?

    Thank you in advance for any advice,

    Maxime

    Maxime Gommeaux - Replica

    I would definitely recommend either circlip pliers to take out the metal retaining bracket because using a screwdriver leaves obvious marks on he corners of the case. I have noticed many for sale on eBay that have these marks. There are now plastic 'lifters' available to remove the top and bottom bezels and these are brilliant if used carefully and go in easily on the click wheel / screen side but be aware that when removing the bottom bezel it may bend the case a bit but it is easily persuaded back into shape. I too have carried out 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB conversions to the mini with a compact flash to SD card adapter and before fitting I format the card in my Sony Alpha 350 camera and it works a treat. My daughter loves her 128 gb converted mini and it's almost bombproof with a solid state memory on board.

    ptrmayhew6 - Replica

    Rather than pry the ends of the clip out, insert the flat screwdriver as shown ( maybe a little more straight up) and slide it toward the open end, lifting as you go, and the corner of the clip will pop right out.

    Human - Replica

    This is possibly the hardest part of this job for me. Getting this metal spring clip out without damaging the ribbon cable that’s right under one side is tricky. Take your time and use care to avoid touching the cable.

    Ken Mastri - Replica

    In my ‘repair’, I managed to do the above on the side away from the clickwheel connector. I pried it up, and gently wiggled it free from the space. That way you don’t need to go prying at the connector, at cost of causing some scrape marks on the inside of the casing. Rather have internal scrapes than needing to replace the clickwheel!

    Casey - Replica

  3. Solleva le staffe di bloccaggio in metallo dall'iPod.
    • Solleva le staffe di bloccaggio in metallo dall'iPod.

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After removing my bottom bezel, I needed a couple small, cut pieces of double sided tape to hold it in place upon reassembly.

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