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But, I'm having a hard time putting the stuff back!! ~Palm head~ But thank you ifixit for the great and awesome directions, I understand clearly!! Country Computer Service - 11/06/2011 Reply hi! or was the objective to Okay, so there is a cynical side to me... I charge them only my $60 labor to fix it. his comment is here

Once you remove the metal shield, desolder the 3 leads. Add to Want to watch this again later? Loading... If parts are actually needed because it's the rare case of a failed switch not a slipped disc, I gift the part into the repair.

Ipod Touch 4th Generation Power Button Stuck

Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... jimjty - 05/08/2015 Reply Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 5 Edit Remove the following eight Phillips #00 screws: One 3.5 mm Phillips screw Two 3.0 mm Phillips screws One Sign in to add this video to a playlist. I would open it again and check the connection to the rear camera.

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  2. It is suggested to heat the desired portion in a circular motion pattern to evenly dissipate the amount of heat throughout the device. 10 comments do I have to use a
  3. My best experience is to NOT move it to a new screen.
  4. Insert the edge of an iPod opening tool between the front glass panel and the plastic bezel near the home button.
  5. Nik - 07/15/2013 Reply I was able to replace the home button ribbon cable without having to fully remove the steel mid plane.
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  7. Note the small spring located near the bezel next to the camera (highlighted in yellow).
  8. To prevent bending/breaking the logic board, do not try to remove the logic board, yet.

Add a comment Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 22 Edit Remove the two 2.0 mm Phillips screws securing the power button assembly to the rear panel assembly. I've spent 5 hours of my life fixing this today! Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Ipod Touch 4th Generation Power Button Repair Published on Apr 20, 2013Easily fix your power or home button for free and super fast.

If it is torn I usually just lift up one part and move it so it is in contact with the other copper part. Ipod Touch Power Button Not Working Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Maybe there is a cold weld there. Excess heat buildup has the potential to ruin the logic board or melt the ribbon cable.

Add to Want to watch this again later? Ipod Touch 4th Generation Lock Button Stuck When they say difficult, they mean difficult - I have experience with electronics and I recommend you first practice on an older unit if you can. jimmy - 08/04/2012 Reply Thats really bad all you have to do is buy some and replase it ben folks - 02/26/2015 Search at ebay Haris Kyritsis - 01/15/2015 Reply Add Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded.

Ipod Touch Power Button Not Working

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Loading... Ipod Touch 4th Generation Power Button Stuck jonathan - 12/07/2010 Reply I actually just figured it out. Ipod Nano Power Button Not Working I de-soldered the battery three points and measured the battery voltage 3.8V.

dhawke - 06/30/2015 what do you do if you break the copper connector to the camera? this content Loading... Place two strips of tape over the end of the ribbon cable to both cover the two left-most solder pads and hold the contacts down against the logic board. Please try again later. Ipod Touch Power Button Not Working How To Turn Off

Luiz R - 12/27/2013 Reply No man you can use a blow dryer! Working... Should I simply desolder those pads and then resolder? weblink I missed the part that the display cable pops off, and didn't get to it until almost the end.

Much simpler, and didn't cause any problems -- the mid plane didn't deform, and snapped right back into place. Ipod Touch 2g Power Button Not Working Then use your heat gun to warm the battery. reidbauer - 03/18/2012 Reply Indeed the LCD cable which attaches to the logic board is short and I spent a good 30 minutes trying to get it to seat.

Sorry for my english! 0815Hater - 06/06/2014 Reply Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 11 Edit Use an iPod opening tool to gently lift the edge of the headphone jack

Add a comment Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 12 Upper Logic Board Edit Remove the following three screws near the top edge of the logic board: One 2.0 mm I measured the battery voltage is only 0.3V. Lift and remove the metal cover out from the rear panel assembly. Ipod Touch Lock Button Stuck I had the ribbon cable for the digitizer running under the LCD and that wasn't allowing the LCD to sit down far enough.

It lifted up enough from the iPod's body that I was able to slip the ribbon in around the support it sticks to and hold it in place until the adhesive Loading... Works perfectly now, total cost was $60. check over here Save your draft before refreshing this page.Submit any pending changes before refreshing this page.

Add a comment Add a comment Add Comment 1024 Step 4 Edit Due to the construction of the 4th generation Touch, the digitizer cable cannot be disconnected until the logic board hum, the front panel broke and i don't know where can i buy a new one. Northern California wine country, Frank Walburg 2145 Service Court Santa Rosa, Ca 95403-3139 Contact | About Me | Site Map | Links | Home Copyright © 2004 - Works great.

Kevin Hulett - 12/16/2010 Reply The power and volume wire on the logic board were covered with adhesive. Anyway, to the point...