How to Repair an iPod Nano 4th Generation

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A guide on disassembling the iPod Nano 4th Generation. Visit http://www.powerbookmedic.com/mac-repair.php for more repair guides.

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Nataly Pinca says:

incredible but it worked

Parley Rivera says:

Title should be:
"How to Take your iPod Apart, and Mess it up Even More"

danielle Williams says:

if look on website this that were
broke u could just replace n not exspenive at all

Penny Angel says:

And then you throw it in the bin!!!!!

Scott h says:

This video should be entitled How to destroy your ipod. Your average person will end up with at least a broken LCD…guarenteed.

anaconda118 says:

TERRIBLE AWFUL INSTRUCTIONS – DONT WATCH , LOOK ELSEWHERE OR YOU WILL BREAK IT – THAT'S A PROMISE.

MY IPOD IS BROKEN AND FUCKED.

THANK YOU FOR BREAKING MY SCREEN, BREAKING THE HOLD CABLE WHEN I TOOK THE SCREEN OUT AND FOR BREAKING THE BATTERY WHEN I TRIED TO TAKE THAT OUT.

YOU NEED VERY VERY PRECISE CLEAR INSTRUCTIONS TO DO THIS.

IMO, YOU HAVE TO FUCK ONE IPOD UP TO KNOW HOW TO FIX A SECOND ONE.

Mohammad Nizar says:

don't forget to slide the LCD a bit higher, so you have enough room for the glass to slide down and popped the upper glass.

Jason Arlaud says:

Thanks it was your tip that solved this for me.

Alphamayl says:

For those struggling with the glass or any of this video please follow the video exactly, very very exactly. In the video he pulls the screen up til the cable is visible through the bottom of the glass (this is crucial) only then will you be able to press down enough on the bottom of the glass enough to remove it. The techniques are very specific, follow them exactly as described or you'll end up frustrated with this break down and maybe damage you device.

Joe Williams says:

The people struggling with the glass, push down on the bottom and slide it down a little to the bottom. That's what worked for me.

cwg1977 says:

Then you should've changed the title! I took the damn thing apart until it got to the part about removing the glass, I don't know what Ipod you're using, but what you did DOESN'T work! Doesn't matter anyway, can't FIX the problem! Anyway, update title so people know this is a complete waste of time!

Powerbook Medic says:

In order to change out a component on the Nano, you will have to take it apart. This video shows you how to remove the components so as to change them out.

cwg1977 says:

The title is "HOW TO REPAIR an IPOD NANO!!!"" Not, how to take it apart! Doesn't tell you anything but how to take the damn thing apart!!!

MrCentlch says:

The smallest screwdriver I have (000) is too big. Could you tell me the size needed so I know what to purchase? Thank you.

KJ. Ryan says:

I plugged mine into the computer, then the screen got really dim and turned black. Now it wont turn on and nothing eill work. Help please?

TonysTechTable says:

@Dallasinblue08 you might need new headphones..

TonysTechTable says:

@Justine Ann Fallaria it probably needs a new battery does it have water damage..if it does you might need a new logic board.

Justine Ann Fallaria says:

when i charge or connect it to the computer, the screen will just show the logo of apple and wont start .what should i do .please help 😐

Dallasinblue08 says:

i only hear the music on one side of my headphones

CraftingBot says:

Does it work?

Ariane Lanting says:

I have a problem with ipod nano same with Nikki Barton.

Nikki Barton says:

i washed my ipod.. it'll turn on when I have it plugged in, but the click wheel wont work. 🙁 do I need to just buy another one??

Powerbook Medic says:

Replace the logic board or buy a new iPod. Replacement logic boards are available from our website or by calling us at 866-726-3342, option 1.

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