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苹果的iPod Touch第六代于2015年7月发布。

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How to replace the battery

I managed to get the battery out,
But i don’t want to solder it too the motherboard,

I don’t want to add thickness or the screen can’t go on

Any ideas, Thanks.

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This guide is incomplete but may help. Soldering correctly should not increase the height unless you just glob it on. Solder is meant to flow between the two pieces being soldered, it does not need to be built up on the top.

iPod Touch 6th Generation Battery Replacement (UNCOMPLETED)

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I'm trying to avoid soldering the battery to the board.

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@beanman56

What's the reason for not wanting to solder?

Soldering if done correctly, provides the best and cheapest method of ensuring a long lasting, secure, extremely low (negligible) resistance, good electrical connection.

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Most of the wires are copper,

and transfer heat to things they shouldn't be exposed to

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You tin the wires with solder first. You only need to tin the required length of bare wire necessary to ensure that sufficient wire will connect to whatever you're soldering it to. (strip the insulation off the wire appropriate to how much exposed wire is required),

Tinned copper wire is just as conductive as bare copper wire, but the thin layer of tin helps the wire resist corrosion. Tinned copper wire can last up to 10 times longer than non-tinned wire. Also solder is composed mainly of tin, and tinned wire is easier and quicker to solder so less time has to be used with a soldering iron heating up the wire (causing the insulation to shrink back, potentially exposing the wire to possible short circuit problems) or the pcb or components to heat up too much when soldering them together.

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Would that work with. a hair dryer?

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