ipod nano screen and power button repair
ipod nano screen and power button repair hamilton & cambridge
The most common problem you can experience with your ipod nano is either ipod nano screen and power button repair We at AppleFix hamilton fixed many ipod nano with power button stuck or power button not working on ipod nano. The power button and volume button and headphone jack are part of one cable on ipod nano. Because of the excessive use or wear and tear the click on the power button goes flat and stops working. Below is the cable which you have to replace if ipod nano power button or volume button or head phone jack stops working
how to remove ipod nano lcd screen
to access ipod nano logic board or any other part you have to remove lcd screen. Ipod nano lcd is hard glued with the metal frame on 3 sides the 4th side is lock. To remove lcd from ipod nano you will need heat gun, metal spudger. heat 3 sides of the lcd and when it is hot enough to melt a double sided tape. Insert the spudger from one side but if you insert spudger too much in it will break the lcd so just as much so the you can seperate the lcd and make a bit of gape.
In the above picture you can see once the ipod nano screen is lify off . if you lift it off from the wrong side where the lock is then it will break. Once lcd if lift off then you will see a metal plate screwd between lcd and logic board. there are two screws remove them and lift the metal plate.
Once metal plate is taken out. Now you can disconnect the lcd which has two fpc connector connected to logic board. Most of the apple product we repair we always disconnect the battery. but in ipod nano the battery connectors are soldered with logic board and you will work replacing lcd and power button cable while battery is connected. We recommend use ESD sake tweezer and anti static mat otherwise you might end up shortening the board. Next you have to remove the logic board there is only one screw on logic board and power and volume button cable connector. remove battery along with logic board with a plastic spudger.
removing power volume headphone jack from ipod nano.
as we discussed above if your are fixing ipod nano power button or volume button or headphone jack that is one cable which you will replace. If you are doing it first time we recommend to remember the orientation of cable how it is installed with metal plates and body of ipod nano. There are 5 screws you have to take off to remove this cable.
Rest of the repair you might find easy as this will be reverse of what you have done. If DIY doesnt help bring it to AppleFix Hamilton at 85/a victoria street hamilton or call 078394188 for ipod nano screen and power button repair.