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Current version by: oldturkey03 (vote details) ,

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White screen of death / capacitor next to gpu blown out?

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My friend gave me an ipod touch with water damage that wouldnt turn on. i put it on the charger and after 2 days it turned on with a white screen. i decided to go in and using a pry tool scrape away at the corrosion all across the board, and it powered on and worked great. now it has been 2 months and suddenly i heard a sizzling noise and the back of the ipod became very hot. i then opened it and desoldered the battery and waited for it to cool. i took a closer look and i see 1 blown capacitor, i have a replacement capacitor from another ipod touch 2g logic board. i need to know how to transfer it without damaging it? and so it seems a capacitor overheating problem is perfectly linked with the white screen of death.

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iPod Touch 2nd Generation

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Original post by: chris Marino ,

Título:

White screen of death / capacitor next to gpu blown out?

Text:

My friend gave me an ipod touch with water damage that wouldnt turn on. i put it on the charger and after 2 days it turned on with a white screen. i decided to go in and using a pry tool scrape away at the corrosion all across the board, and it powered on and worked great. now it has been 2 months and suddenly i heard a sizzling noise and the back of the ipod became very hot. i then opened it and desoldered the battery and waited for it to cool. i took a closer look and i see 1 blown capacitor, i have a replacement capacitor from another ipod touch 2g logic board. i need to know how to transfer it without damaging it? and so it seems a capacitor overheating problem is perfectly linked with the white screen of death.

dispositivo:

iPod Touch 2nd Generation

Status:

open