Skip to main content

소개

Replace a cracked or faulty display.

  1. Before opening your iPod, ensure that the hold switch is in the locked position.
    • Before opening your iPod, ensure that the hold switch is in the locked position.

  2. Carefully insert an iPod opening tool in the seam between the metal casing and white plastic top.
    • Carefully insert an iPod opening tool in the seam between the metal casing and white plastic top.

    • Lift the top bezel off the iPod. It's glued on using a mild adhesive, so some force may be required.

  3. When removing the bottom bezel, be sure not to bend the plastic surrounding the dock connector.
    • When removing the bottom bezel, be sure not to bend the plastic surrounding the dock connector.

    • Carefully insert an iPod opening tool in the seam between the metal casing and white plastic bezel.

    • Lift the bottom bezel off the iPod. It's glued on using a mild adhesive, so some force may be required.

  4. Remove the following two screws:
    • Remove the following two screws:

    • One #00 Phillips screw with a large head near the headphone jack.

    • One #00 Phillips screw with a smaller head near the side of the iPod. This screw strips easily, so be sure to press down firmly on the screwdriver.

  5. Use a metal spudger to carefully pry the headphone jack out of the casing. DO NOT remove the headphone jack from the iPod entirely, as it is connected via a fragile ribbon connector to the click wheel.
    • Use a metal spudger to carefully pry the headphone jack out of the casing. DO NOT remove the headphone jack from the iPod entirely, as it is connected via a fragile ribbon connector to the click wheel.

  6. Slide the headphone jack out until the white plastic housing is no longer held in place by the metal casing.
    • Slide the headphone jack out until the white plastic housing is no longer held in place by the metal casing.

  7. Remove the newly-revealed Phillips #00 screw from beneath the headphone jack. Be careful, this screw is easily stripped.
    • Remove the newly-revealed Phillips #00 screw from beneath the headphone jack. Be careful, this screw is easily stripped.

  8. 맥북 배터리 수리 키트

    기본 가격은 $69.99

    Buy Now

    맥북 배터리 수리 키트

    기본 가격은 $69.99

    Buy Now
  9. Lift the bottom bezel bracket out of the iPod.
    • Lift the bottom bezel bracket out of the iPod.

  10. Remove the two Phillips #00 screws from the top of the iPod.
    • Remove the two Phillips #00 screws from the top of the iPod.

  11. The highlighted connector attaches the click wheel and headphone jack to the logic board. This cable must be disconnected from the logic board before continuing.
    • The highlighted connector attaches the click wheel and headphone jack to the logic board. This cable must be disconnected from the logic board before continuing.

  12. Use a spudger to disconnect the headphone jack cable from the logic board. You need to gently pry the connector toward (or up, if you like, the connector is like LEGO® building blocks) the front of the iPod until it comes loose from the logic board.
    • Use a spudger to disconnect the headphone jack cable from the logic board. You need to gently pry the connector toward (or up, if you like, the connector is like LEGO® building blocks) the front of the iPod until it comes loose from the logic board.

    • Special hint for the reassembly: Push the connector inside until it is over the corresponding connector of the logic board. Then insert a thin tool over the connector and push it down onto the logic boards connector.

  13. Use a spudger to push the logic board through the iPod out of the casing. The click wheel and headphone jack should remain in the iPod.
    • Use a spudger to push the logic board through the iPod out of the casing. The click wheel and headphone jack should remain in the iPod.

    • Be careful not to catch the headphone jack and click wheel on the logic board as you remove the logic board and display.

  14. When removing the logic board, place the tip of the spudger into the hole where you removed the screw and gently push it out. The crevice will keep it in place and decrease the chance of you damaging your board.
    • When removing the logic board, place the tip of the spudger into the hole where you removed the screw and gently push it out. The crevice will keep it in place and decrease the chance of you damaging your board.

  15. Completely remove the display and logic board from the metal casing.
    • Completely remove the display and logic board from the metal casing.

    • When reassembling, ensure that the battery is well seated. If the fit is too tight, the edge of the display will score the inside of the screen window.

  16. Use a spudger to gently pry the battery up from the back of the display. Be careful not to put too much pressure on the display with your spudger.
    • Use a spudger to gently pry the battery up from the back of the display. Be careful not to put too much pressure on the display with your spudger.

  17. Use a metal spudger to carefully pry the metal bracket off the back of the display. Make sure you only pry off the bracket and not the clear shielding on the rear of the display. By working from the inside of the display, you won't be able to accidentially pry up the clear plastic shielding.
    • Use a metal spudger to carefully pry the metal bracket off the back of the display. Make sure you only pry off the bracket and not the clear shielding on the rear of the display. By working from the inside of the display, you won't be able to accidentially pry up the clear plastic shielding.

  18. Peel up the orange tape covering the display ribbon cable.
    • Peel up the orange tape covering the display ribbon cable.

  19. Use a spudger to flip up the black plastic tab holding the orange display ribbon in place. The tab will rotate up 90 degrees, releasing the ribbon cable.
    • Use a spudger to flip up the black plastic tab holding the orange display ribbon in place. The tab will rotate up 90 degrees, releasing the ribbon cable.

  20. Slide the display ribbon out of its connector and lift the display off of the logic board.
    • Slide the display ribbon out of its connector and lift the display off of the logic board.

결론

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

다른 61명이 해당 안내서를 완성하였습니다.

iRobot

회원 가입일: 2009년 09월 24일

1 평판

안내서 623개 작성하였습니다

I also had a white screen. I emailed ifixit support and Brady Cabe suggested I reseat the display connector. That did it!

One hint: when you reverse the steps, you will have to reinstall the top bezel but you don't have to completely reassemble the bottom in order to test it. The earphone plug can be left hanging out (avoiding wear and tear on the fragile ribbon cable) as well as the metal brace and the three screws that hold everything together at the bottom - that reduces the possibility of stripping the screws. In my case, I did strip one of the bottom screws: the screen was broken in a car accident that also bent the case enough to make it hard to get to one of the teeny tiny screws. Even though I stripped that one, I was able to get it out by turning it with a (tiny) straight blade screwdriver: there was enough purchase for that even though the head of the screw does not have much material left.

nick - 답글

I found that a 000 Phillips screwdriver worked FAR better than the 00 for all of the screws. Also, the one I repaired had a surprising amount of adhesive holding the battery down. The square end of the plastic spudger worked well to separate the battery from the rest of the internals allowing it to be rotated down and out of the way.

adamjacob - 답글

No success here. I could not figure out how the black retainer worked in order to release the ribbon cable for the display. I ended up breaking it. I tried to put it back together anyway to see if there was sufficient contact to make it work, but evidently not. Oh well, a $50 lesson. One other tool that is needed here is a jeweler's magnifying glass. Magnified pics in these instructions would also be a benefit. Also, can someone tell me how you're supposed to get that one recessed screw back in place?

albertm - 답글

Spit on the tip of my phillips screwdriver holds that tiny screw on until I can get it started in the hole

gordonhamachi -

I also had a white screen, followed the guide step by step, made the repair easy. I do agre with one of the other comments, a 000 phillips screwdriver worked way way better than the 00.

Shainal Nagar - 답글

댓글 쓰기

조회 통계:

지난 24시간: 1

지난 7일: 24

지난 30일: 164

전체 시간: 79,003