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This is usually a clickwheel or connector issue. The clickwheel is sort of independently replaceable, so you domay not need a new case. However,case, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuBBAITcp9s|but it is not as easy]. It is easier to find complete cases then it is to find a bare clickwheel since it is so hard to change the clickwheel from the Nano then it was in the MiniNano.
This is usually a clickwheel or connector issue. The clickwheel is sort of independently replaceable, so you domay not need a new case. However,case, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuBBAITcp9s|but it is not as easy]. It is easier to find complete cases then it is to find a bare clickwheel since it is so hard to change the clickwheel from the Nano then it was in the MiniNano.
 
The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also find the repair to be a lot easier. But ifIf you want to preserve that, you will need to pull it out from the new case and swap it over.
The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also find the repair to be a lot easier. But ifIf you want to preserve that, you will need to pull it out from the new case and swap it over.
 
Follow [guide|420|this guide] to get the iPod apart and see if you handle a bare clickwheel swap, or you need to change the case.

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This is usually a clickwheel or connector issue. The clickwheel is independently replaceable, so you do not need a new case. However, it is easier to find complete cases then it is to find a bare clickwheel since it is so hard to change the clickwheel from the Nano then it was in the Mini.
 
The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also find the repair to be a lot easier. But if you want to preserve that, you will need to pull it out from the new case and swap it over.
 
Follow [guide|420|thisguide|420|this guide] to get the iPod apart and see if you can do thehandle a bare clickwheel swap, or you need to replacechange the case.
Follow [guide|420|thisguide|420|this guide] to get the iPod apart and see if you can do thehandle a bare clickwheel swap, or you need to replacechange the case.

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This is usually a clickwheel or connector issue. The clickwheel is independently replaceable, so you do not need a new case. However, it is easier to find complete cases then it is to find a bare clickwheel since it is so hard to change the clickwheel from the Nano then it was in the Mini.
 
The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also find the repair to be a lot easier. But if you want to preserve that, you canwill need to pull it out from the new case and swap it over.
The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also find the repair to be a lot easier. But if you want to preserve that, you canwill need to pull it out from the new case and swap it over.
 
Follow [guide|420|this] to get the iPod apart and see if you can do the clickwheel or you need to replace the case.

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This is going to beusually a bad clickwheel or a loose connector. I would hazard a guess bad clickwheel. You can replace theconnector issue. The clickwheel for this iPod withoutis independently replaceable, so you do not need a new case, luckily. If you wantcase. However, it is easier to replace the shell, that would dofind complete cases then it too if it hasis to find a clickwheel.
Due
bare clickwheel since it is so hard to the difficulty of replacingchange the clickwheel only, you're going tofrom the Nano then it was in the Mini.

The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also
find morethe repair to be a lot easier. But if you want to preserve that, you can pull it out from the new case assemblies then bare clickwheels.
Follow [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+2nd+Generation+Case+Assembly+Replacement/420|this
and swap it over.

Follow [guide|420|this
] to get the iPod apart and see if you can do the clickwheel or you need to replace the case.
This is going to beusually a bad clickwheel or a loose connector. I would hazard a guess bad clickwheel. You can replace theconnector issue. The clickwheel for this iPod withoutis independently replaceable, so you do not need a new case, luckily. If you wantcase. However, it is easier to replace the shell, that would dofind complete cases then it too if it hasis to find a clickwheel.
Due
bare clickwheel since it is so hard to the difficulty of replacingchange the clickwheel only, you're going tofrom the Nano then it was in the Mini.

The downside is your serial number won’t match, but you will also
find morethe repair to be a lot easier. But if you want to preserve that, you can pull it out from the new case assemblies then bare clickwheels.
Follow [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+2nd+Generation+Case+Assembly+Replacement/420|this
and swap it over.

Follow [guide|420|this
] to get the iPod apart and see if you can do the clickwheel or you need to replace the case.

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This is going to be a bad clickwheel or a loose connector. I would hazard a guess bad clickwheel. You can replace the clickwheel for this iPod without a new case, luckily. If you want to replace the shell, that would do it too if it has a clickwheel.
Due to the difficulty of replacing the clickwheel only, you're going to find more case assemblies then bare clickwheels.
Follow [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+2nd+Generation+Case+Assembly+Replacement/420|this] to get the iPod apart and see if you can do the clickwheel or you need to replace the case.

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This is usuallygoing to be a loose cable to thebad clickwheel or the clickwheelsa loose connector. I would hazard a guess bad

And honestly if
clickwheel. You can replace the click wheels broken either getclickwheel for this iPod without a new case or ifcase, luckily. If you can get a click wheel thats good but its hardwant to remove fromreplace the shell

So either get a whole case or recycle
shell, that would do it either with apple or selltoo if it as-is and gethas a new nanoclickwheel.
This is usuallygoing to be a loose cable to thebad clickwheel or the clickwheelsa loose connector. I would hazard a guess bad

And honestly if
clickwheel. You can replace the click wheels broken either getclickwheel for this iPod without a new case or ifcase, luckily. If you can get a click wheel thats good but its hardwant to remove fromreplace the shell

So either get a whole case or recycle
shell, that would do it either with apple or selltoo if it as-is and gethas a new nanoclickwheel.

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This is usually a loose cable to the clickwheel or the clickwheels bad

And honestly if the click wheels broken either get a new case or if you can get a click wheel thats good but its hard to remove from the shell

So either get a whole case or recycle it either with apple or sell it as-is and get a new nano

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