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iPod Nano 5th Generation Battery Replacement

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Bringing the power back to your 5th generation iPod Nano.

  • Autor: David Hodson
  • Tempo estimado: 2 - 3 horas
  • Dificuldade: Muito difícil

Bringing the power back to your 5th generation iPod Nano.

Passo 1 Battery  ¶ 

Use your fingers to carefully lift the battery off the back of the LCD, starting at the top of the LCD. Use your fingers to carefully lift the battery off the back of the LCD, starting at the top of the LCD.

Passo 1 Battery  ¶ 

  • Use your fingers to carefully lift the battery off the back of the LCD, starting at the top of the LCD.

Passo 2  ¶ 

Turn the battery over so the orange hold button ribbon cable is visible along the underside of the battery.

Passo 2  ¶ 

  • Turn the battery over so the orange hold button ribbon cable is visible along the underside of the battery.

  • Peel the hold button ribbon off the battery.

  • The delicate ribbon cable is held in place by adhesive. Work slowly, taking care not to tear the ribbon.

Passo 3  ¶ 

Use a pair of tweezers to remove the orange tape that covers the three solder connections for the battery.

Passo 3  ¶ 

  • Use a pair of tweezers to remove the orange tape that covers the three solder connections for the battery.

Passo 4  ¶ 

The battery on the Nano is attached via solder pads with small holes that go through the battery ribbon cable and attach to flat pads on the face of the logic board. In this step, you will heat each solder pad individually while using a metal spudger to pry it up from the logic board.

Passo 4  ¶ 

  • The battery on the Nano is attached via solder pads with small holes that go through the battery ribbon cable and attach to flat pads on the face of the logic board. In this step, you will heat each solder pad individually while using a metal spudger to pry it up from the logic board.

  • DO NOT bridge the connection between the solder pads both on the board and on the ribbon cable with your spudger. Shorts have the potential to ruin the logic board.

  • Beware of overheating the board and the cable. Only hold the tip of the iron against the pad long enough to let the solder melt. Excess heat buildup has the potential to ruin the logic board or melt the ribbon cable.

  • Start working from the right side of the battery ribbon cable. Heat the rightmost solder pad while gently prying up from under the ribbon cable to free it from the board.

Passo 5  ¶ 

Repeat the previous step for the two remaining solder pads, working from right to left. Once the three connections have been desoldered, lift the old battery off the logic board. Once the three connections have been desoldered, lift the old battery off the logic board.

Passo 5  ¶ 

  • Repeat the previous step for the two remaining solder pads, working from right to left.

  • Once the three connections have been desoldered, lift the old battery off the logic board.