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Titolo:

Soldering Techniques for Battery and Lightning Connector

Testo:

Gurus of iFixit!  I am in the process of reassembling a 5th Generation iPod Touch 64 GB I purchased on eBay.  I have it mostly back together and I have tried to research how exactly the battery and Lightning Connector cable are reattached to the motherboard.  The previous owner detached them in disassembly to replace a cracked LCD/Touchscreen and was unable to reassemble.

In looking at photos of new Lightning Connector cables it appears there is a stickem thing on the connector at the motherboard end.  Something that peels off exposing stickum to perform the attachment to the motherboard.  How does this work?  The connection points are small and many, being just a little off can cause serious issues.  How do you align this connector correctly?  I know about the tape covering both connection points to prevent shorts and grounds.

The battery is described in your guides as soldered, but in looking at what I have, I see no solder on either end.  I note in photos of new batteries there are no stickum setups like the Lightning Connector cable at the motherboard end.  I conclude there may be solder involved, but how?  Do you align the attachment point and drop a small amount of solder on each of the three connection points?  or Three solder dots on the three motherboard attachment points and melt the battery connector into those solder dots?  If so wow...they are so small and close together...Neither of these topics are covered in the Guides...

Thank you in advance for your wisdom in assisting me with a couple of the last steps to put this iPod Touch back together.  Anyone replace a battery before?  Hopefully all will be well at the end...

Respectfully,

Dave

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 5th Generation

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Modifica di: fasthans ,

Titolo:

Soldering Techniques for Battery and Lightning Connector

Testo:

Gurus of iFixit! I am in the process of reassembling a 5th Generation iPod Touch 64 GB I purchased on eBay. I have it mostly back together and I have tried to research how exactly the battery and Lightning Connector cable are reattached to the motherboard. The previous owner detached them in disassembly to replace a cracked LCD/Touchscreen and was unable to reassemble.
 
In looking at photos of new Lightning Connector cables it appears there is a stickem thing on the connector at the motherboard end. Something that peels off exposing stickum to perform the attachment to the motherboard. How does this work? The connection points are small and many, being just a little off can cause serious issues. How do you align this connector correctly? I know about the tape covering both connection points to prevent shorts and grounds.
 
The battery is described in your guides as soldered, but in looking at what I have, I see no solder on either end. I note in photos of new batteries there are no stickum setups like the Lightning Connector cable at the motherboard end. I conclude there may be solder involved, but how? Do you align the attachment point and drop a small amount of solder on each of the three connection points? or Three solder dots on the three motherboard attachment points and melt the battery connector into those solder dots? If so wow...they are so small and close togethertogether...Neither of these topics are covered in the Guides...
The battery is described in your guides as soldered, but in looking at what I have, I see no solder on either end. I note in photos of new batteries there are no stickum setups like the Lightning Connector cable at the motherboard end. I conclude there may be solder involved, but how? Do you align the attachment point and drop a small amount of solder on each of the three connection points? or Three solder dots on the three motherboard attachment points and melt the battery connector into those solder dots? If so wow...they are so small and close togethertogether...Neither of these topics are covered in the Guides...
 
Thank you in advance for your wisdom in assisting me with a couple of the last steps to put this iPod Touch back together. Anyone replace a battery before? Hopefully all will be well at the end...
 
Respectfully,
 
Dave

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 5th Generation

Stato:

open

Post originale di: fasthans ,

Titolo:

Soldering Techniques for Battery and Lightning Connector

Testo:

Gurus of iFixit!  I am in the process of reassembling a 5th Generation iPod Touch 64 GB I purchased on eBay.  I have it mostly back together and I have tried to research how exactly the battery and Lightning Connector cable are reattached to the motherboard.  The previous owner detached them in disassembly to replace a cracked LCD/Touchscreen and was unable to reassemble.

In looking at photos of new Lightning Connector cables it appears there is a stickem thing on the connector at the motherboard end.  Something that peels off exposing stickum to perform the attachment to the motherboard.  How does this work?  The connection points are small and many, being just a little off can cause serious issues.  How do you align this connector correctly?  I know about the tape covering both connection points to prevent shorts and grounds.

The battery is described in your guides as soldered, but in looking at what I have, I see no solder on either end.  I note in photos of new batteries there are no stickum setups like the Lightning Connector cable at the motherboard end.  I conclude there may be solder involved, but how?  Do you align the attachment point and drop a small amount of solder on each of the three connection points?  or Three solder dots on the three motherboard attachment points and melt the battery connector into those solder dots?  If so wow...they are so small and close together...

Thank you in advance for your wisdom in assisting me with a couple of the last steps to put this iPod Touch back together.  Anyone replace a battery before?  Hopefully all will be well at the end...

Respectfully,

Dave

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch 5th Generation

Stato:

open