Introducción

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  1. Antes de abrir tu iPod, asegúrate de que el interruptor de espera esté en la posición de bloqueo.
    • Antes de abrir tu iPod, asegúrate de que el interruptor de espera esté en la posición de bloqueo.

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  2. Con cuidado, inserta un destornillador plano pequeño en la costura entre la carcasa de metal y la tapa de plástico blanco. Utiliza el destornillador para levantar el bisel superior de plástico blanco. Ten cuidado de no dañar el plástico blando con el destornillador.
    • Con cuidado, inserta un destornillador plano pequeño en la costura entre la carcasa de metal y la tapa de plástico blanco. Utiliza el destornillador para levantar el bisel superior de plástico blanco. Ten cuidado de no dañar el plástico blando con el destornillador.

    • El bisel superior se sujeta con un adhesivo, por lo que puede ser necesario hacer palanca en varios lugares diferentes para liberar la pieza.

    • Para facilitar este trabajo, calienta el adhesivo con un secador a fuego lento durante unos segundos.

    You can also gently use a metal spudger to lift up both the top and bottom bezels. Allow only 1/8" of the metal spudger (like the screwdriver in the picture) to get inside to get leverage, before fully lifting the bezel up. Please note where the little "teeth" are underneath the bezels, or you can damage those if you are not careful.

    Also, using too big of a flathead screwdriver can cause damage to the plastic and chips away plastic from where you were trying to pry up the bezels, ruining the look of the iPod.

    rsharich - Contestar

    There should be a button here for "I did it -- EPIC FAILURE!!" When I put my iPod back together, the components on the mainboard were scraping against the clickwheel, and maybe the battery wasn't in perfect alignment, but the result was that there was a lethal amount of friction when sliding the assembly back into the case. As I was trying to relieve the pressure by tilting the board down using a spudger from the bottom, the top of the display bezel ended up scraping against the casing in such a way that it cracked from the center of the right edge. OUCH!! There goes a $50 repair job and a $40 replacement cost! Bye Bye perfectly working iPod Mini )-;

    There are two safeguards that can be done when reassembling this iPod. First, use a stiff piece of plastic film as a shim and lubricant between the top of the logic board and the top inside of the case, such as anti-static packaging, or the clear bag packaging of Apple display dongles (use an exacto knife to cut a long strip of it). Don't cover the display with the plastic, just the logic board components. Second, instead of pushing down on the assembly from the top or sides of the display which will place dangerous pressure on it, connect a cable to the dock connector and pull on it from the bottom, and pull out the plastic shield deftly and easily after the assembly is in position.

    steadfast I and I - Contestar

    If it's held on by adhesive, how do I get it back on?

    Cam - Contestar

    If you have longish fingernails and don't mind ruining them, I found it helpful to run my thumbnail between the plastic and the metal casing before going at it with a screwdriver. The little "teeth" a previous commenter mentioned are at approximately the 1/3 and 2/3 marks on the long edge of the plastic casings.

    rongshifen - Contestar

    • Levanta el bisel superior del iPod.

    A thinner blade, such as a small pocket knife blade worked for me.

    dean dillon - Contestar

    • Con cuidado, inserta un destornillador plano pequeño en la costura entre la carcasa de metal y el fondo de plástico blanco. Utiliza el destornillador para levantar el bisel de fondo de plástico blanco. Ten cuidado de no dañar el plástico blando con el destornillador.

    Again, be mindful and careful of the little white teeth on the underside of the plastic especially the two on the ends of the long sides.

    DITOSP - Contestar

    I used Stanley knife blade to gently prise both top and bottom plastic covers

    jimbo20039 - Contestar

    • Un pequeño par de pinzas para anillos de presión es la herramienta más fácil para extraer el soporte de retención metálico.

    • También puedes usar un destornillador de punta plana para extraer el soporte de retención metálico debajo del bisel inferior, como se muestra. Puedes liberar el soporte empujando primero los brazos de metal en las esquinas y luego levantando el soporte.

    Be *very* careful on the left hand side. It's almost too easy to scrape the click wheel cable and cause damage to it!

    LambdaCalculus - Contestar

    I used a circlip tool and for removal and reinsertion. It was fast and easy and avoids bending the part. They are also referred to as snap ring pliers.

    thezazupits - Contestar

    Cita de thezazupits:

    I used a circlip tool and for removal and reinsertion. It was fast and easy and avoids bending the part. They are also referred to as snap ring pliers.

    There are two kinds of snap ring pliers available. One pivots like regular pliers, one hinges in reverse (when you squeeze the handles, the tips spread). Use the first type.

    PZencak - Contestar

    My click wheel lost some of its functionality. The back button, and the touch sensitivity to scroll through songs isn't working. :(

    coombsnahuel - Contestar

    Hi,

    I have followed this very good tutorial as carefully as I could and I thank you very much for having posted it!

    However, my problem is not solved. After having connect-disconnect issues when used with car charger, the iPod started making faint noise when plugged and refused to charge or start-up. I thought it was a mechanical noise (hard drive?) but obviously it is not the case because battery and hard drive are now unplugged, and the board-screen assembly still makes the same noise when plugged in a USB socket (but of course I can't localize the origin of that noise).

    Do you have any idea what it might be due to?

    Thank you in advance for any advice,

    Maxime

    Maxime Gommeaux - Contestar

    I would definitely recommend either circlip pliers to take out the metal retaining bracket because using a screwdriver leaves obvious marks on he corners of the case. I have noticed many for sale on eBay that have these marks. There are now plastic 'lifters' available to remove the top and bottom bezels and these are brilliant if used carefully and go in easily on the click wheel / screen side but be aware that when removing the bottom bezel it may bend the case a bit but it is easily persuaded back into shape. I too have carried out 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB conversions to the mini with a compact flash to SD card adapter and before fitting I format the card in my Sony Alpha 350 camera and it works a treat. My daughter loves her 128 gb converted mini and it's almost bombproof with a solid state memory on board.

    ptrmayhew6 - Contestar

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    • Levanta el soporte de retención de metal para extraerlo del iPod.

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    • Ten cuidado, este conector es frágil.

    • Usa un spudger o la punta de su dedo para desconectar con cuidado la cinta naranja de la rueda de clic de la placa lógica.

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    • Quita los dos tornillos # 00 Phillips que sujetan el conector para auriculares a la carcasa.

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    • Desliza con cuidado el iPod para sacarlo de su carcasa presionando la placa lógica cerca del borde inferior de la rueda de clic.

    • No tires de la placa de la toma de auriculares en la parte superior del iPod, ya que el conector de la placa lógica es frágil.

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    • Después de empujar la placa lógica hacia afuera lo suficiente, sujeta suavemente la placa lógica a ambos lados de la pantalla y continúa deslizando el iPod fuera de su carcasa.

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    • Levanta la batería de la placa lógica y colócala a un lado del iPod.

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    • Usa un spudger para levantar la pestaña de plástico negro que sostiene la cinta naranja de la pantalla en su lugar. La pestaña negra girará 90 grados hacia arriba, liberando el cable plano.

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    • Observa la ubicación de las cuatro pestañas de plástico blancas que sujetan la pantalla a la placa lógica. Estas pestañas deben liberarse antes de poder quitar la pantalla.

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    • Usa un spudger o tu dedo para liberar las cuatro pestañas de plástico blancas indicadas en la imagen anterior.

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    • Da la vuelta al iPod.

    • Levanta con cuidado la pantalla y sácala de su conector.

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Conclusión

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