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[* red] After wrangling the logic board/battery/display assembly out of the rear panel, we can finally access the screws holding the volume button cover and the sleep button down.
[* black] After a good bit of anxiety-filled scrapingicon_caution] CAUTION! This cost me my Ipod. At this point, the orange ribbon is EXTREMELY VULNERABLE to breaking. Carefully scrape it off the rear panel with a metal spudger,spudger. Make sure NOT to stress the ribbon cable is finally freeat any point from now on.
[* black] The two volume sensors are to stay glued ONTO the ribbon,as it is coming off
the rear panel. Do not touch them, just carefully slide the scraper under the ribbon also on that location.
[* black] After a good bit of anxiety-filled scrapingicon_caution] CAUTION! This cost me my Ipod. At this point, the orange ribbon is EXTREMELY VULNERABLE to breaking. Carefully scrape it off the rear panel with a metal spudger,spudger. Make sure NOT to stress the ribbon cable is finally freeat any point from now on.
[* black] The two volume sensors are to stay glued ONTO the ribbon,as it is coming off
the rear panel. Do not touch them, just carefully slide the scraper under the ribbon also on that location.
[* icon_note] The control ribbon cable is bonded to the rear panel extremely well, especially near the volume buttons. Since the volume buttons have no structural bracket (just a steel cover) holding them to the rear panel, the adhesive bond must be strong enough to survive presses from the strongest of button pushers.