Introducción

La parte de plástico en la parte superior del iPod.

  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

Conclusión

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