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I have just ordered a replacement screen, for what I thought was my iPod classic 5th Gen. But, it turns out that the screen I ordered is minutely thicker than my original screen (but less than half a mm) ... But it's enough to stop the screws securing the screen in place.
 
So, I would say that if this is anything to go by, then I should be very careful in what you buy. I'm stumped by my little problem, so I guess this is what's meant by thick and thingthin parts?!?!? I would be forever grateful if I could read the A**** number on the rear cover, but it's so scratched I can't even see where it was!
So, I would say that if this is anything to go by, then I should be very careful in what you buy. I'm stumped by my little problem, so I guess this is what's meant by thick and thingthin parts?!?!? I would be forever grateful if I could read the A**** number on the rear cover, but it's so scratched I can't even see where it was!
 
Anyone ... thinner screen means what? It's an 80GB iPod classic, but what gen, model A**** etc?
 
Regards
 
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Post originale di: dybmowst ,

Testo:

I have just ordered a replacement screen, for what I thought was my iPod classic 5th Gen. But, it turns out that the screen I ordered is minutely thicker than my original screen (but less than half a mm) ... But it's enough to stop the screws securing the screen in place.

So, I would say that if this is anything to go by, then I should be very careful in what you buy. I'm stumped by my little problem, so I guess this is what's meant by thick and thing parts?!?!? I would be forever grateful if I could read the A**** number on the rear cover, but it's so scratched I can't even see where it was!

Anyone ... thinner screen means what? It's an 80GB iPod classic, but what gen, model A**** etc?

Regards

P

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