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Versão atual de: Miroslav Djuric ,

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Hey Danno,
 
Believe it or not, opening an iPod Video is easier than some of the other iPods in Apple's lineup (iPod Classic and 3rd Gen nano come to mind). iFixit suggests using the plastic iPod opening tools because they do less damage to the exterior casing, and will not short any of the electronics inside. You can try using a metal spudger, but consider that:
# you'll scratch the exterior case much more easily
# you run a higher risk of cracking the display and/or the plastic
# you also run the risk of potentially shorting or damaging internal components.
 
You can also try to start the opening procedure on top of the iPod by the hold switch. But '''be very careful''' -- you run a higher risk of cracking the display, which is why the [guide|606|iPod Video opening guide] instructs you to start at the bottom.
 
 

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Editado por: Kyle Wiens ,

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Hey Danno,
 
Believe it or not, opening an iPod Video is easier than some of the other iPods in Apple's lineup (iPod Classic and 3rd Gen nano come to mind). iFixit suggests using the plastic iPod opening tools because they do less damage to the exterior casing, and will not short any of the electronics inside. You can try using a metal spudger, but consider that:
1.# you'll scratch the exterior case much more easily
2.

#
you run a higher risk of cracking the display and/or the plastic
3.

#
you also run the risk of potentially shorting or damaging internal components.
1.# you'll scratch the exterior case much more easily
2.

#
you run a higher risk of cracking the display and/or the plastic
3.

#
you also run the risk of potentially shorting or damaging internal components.
 
You can also try to start the opening procedure on top of the iPod by the hold switch. But '''be very careful''' -- you run a higher risk of cracking the display, which is why the [guide|606|iPod Video opening guide] instructs you to start at the bottom.
 
 

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Editado por: Miroslav Djuric ,

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Hey Danno,
 
Believe it or not, opening an iPod Video is easier than some of the other iPods in Apple's lineup (iPod Classic and 3rd Gen nano come to mind). iFixit suggests using the plastic iPod opening tools because they do less damage to the exterior casing, and will not short any of the electronics inside. You can try using a [[Tool:Metal_Spudger|metal spudger]]metal spudger, but consider that:
Believe it or not, opening an iPod Video is easier than some of the other iPods in Apple's lineup (iPod Classic and 3rd Gen nano come to mind). iFixit suggests using the plastic iPod opening tools because they do less damage to the exterior casing, and will not short any of the electronics inside. You can try using a [[Tool:Metal_Spudger|metal spudger]]metal spudger, but consider that:
1. you'll scratch the exterior case much more easily
2. you run a higher risk of cracking the display and/or the plastic
3. you also run the risk of potentially shorting or damaging internal components.
 
You can also try to start the opening procedure on top of the iPod by the hold switch. But '''be very careful''' -- you run a higher risk of cracking the display, which is why the [guide|606|iPod Video opening guide] instructs you to start at the bottom.
 
 

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Postagem original de: Miroslav Djuric ,

Texto:

Hey Danno,

Believe it or not, opening an iPod Video is easier than some of the other iPods in Apple's lineup (iPod Classic and 3rd Gen nano come to mind). iFixit suggests using the plastic iPod opening tools because they do less damage to the exterior casing, and will not short any of the electronics inside. You can try using a [[Tool:Metal_Spudger|metal spudger]], but consider that: 
1. you'll scratch the exterior case much more easily
2. you run a higher risk of cracking the display and/or the plastic 
3. you also run the risk of potentially shorting or damaging internal components.

You can also try to start the opening procedure on top of the iPod by the hold switch. But '''be very careful''' -- you run a higher risk of cracking the display, which is why the [guide|606|iPod Video opening guide] instructs you to start at the bottom.