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Hält der Akku nicht mehr so lange?

Wechsle ihn (erfordert löten).

  1. Achte vor Reparaturbeginn darauf, dass der Hold-Schieber in Sperrposition ist.
    • Achte vor Reparaturbeginn darauf, dass der Hold-Schieber in Sperrposition ist.

  2. Setze vorsichtig ein iPod-Öffnungswerkzeug in die Naht zwischen dem Metallgehäuse und dem weißen Kunstoffoberteil ein.
    • Setze vorsichtig ein iPod-Öffnungswerkzeug in die Naht zwischen dem Metallgehäuse und dem weißen Kunstoffoberteil ein.

    • Hebe die obere Blende vom iPod ab. Sie ist leicht festgeklebt, du musst wahrscheinlich ein wenig Kraft aufwenden.

  3. Achte beim Ausbau der unteren Blende darauf, dass du den Kunststoff um den Dock-Anschluss nicht verbiegst.
    • Achte beim Ausbau der unteren Blende darauf, dass du den Kunststoff um den Dock-Anschluss nicht verbiegst.

    • Setze vorsichtig ein iPod-Öffnungswerkzeug in die Naht zwischen dem Metallgehäuse und der weißen unteren Blende ein.

    • Hebe die untere Blende vom iPod ab. Sie ist leicht festgeklebt, du musst wahrscheinlich ein wenig Kraft aufwenden.

    I tried using a heat gun to soften the glue, but it ended up melting the white plastic part.

    gordonhamachi - 回复

  4. Entferne folgende Schrauben:
    • Entferne folgende Schrauben:

    • Eine Kreuzschlitzschraube #00 mit großem Kopf in der Nähe der Kopfhörerbuchse.

    • Eine Kreuzschlitzschraube #00 mit kleinerem Kopf an der Seite des iPod. Die Köpfe dieser Schrauben können leicht beschädigt werden, du musst deswegen sehr fest auf den Schraubendreher drücken.

    On the iPod I worked on, #000 Phillips was the correct bit. Not #00.

    Eric - 回复

  5. Heble die Kopfhörerbuchse vorsichtig mit dem Metallspatel aus dem Gehäuse. Entferne die Kopfhörerbuchse NICHT ganz  vom iPod, sie ist noch mit einem empfindlichen Flachbandkabel am Klickrad angeschlossen.
    • Heble die Kopfhörerbuchse vorsichtig mit dem Metallspatel aus dem Gehäuse. Entferne die Kopfhörerbuchse NICHT ganz vom iPod, sie ist noch mit einem empfindlichen Flachbandkabel am Klickrad angeschlossen.

  6. Schiebe die Kopfhörerbuchse heraus, bis die weiße Kunststofffassung nicht mehr vom Metallgehäuse festgehalten wird.
    • Schiebe die Kopfhörerbuchse heraus, bis die weiße Kunststofffassung nicht mehr vom Metallgehäuse festgehalten wird.

  7. Jetzt ist eine Kreuzschlitzschraube #00 unter der Kopfhörerbuchse freigelegt.  Drehe sie heraus. Sei vorsichtig, der Kopf dieser Schraube kann leicht beschädigt werden.
    • Jetzt ist eine Kreuzschlitzschraube #00 unter der Kopfhörerbuchse freigelegt. Drehe sie heraus. Sei vorsichtig, der Kopf dieser Schraube kann leicht beschädigt werden.

    I logged this as a success, but I actually wound up stripping the screw on this step (I printed out earlier instructions that didn't have the warning). Reassembled it without said screw and I'm hoping for the best!

    anja - 回复

    The screw on this step also stripped when I was following this tutorial, despite being very careful and taking the time for everything. This really happens _REALLY_ easily!

    I too reassembled the iPod without this particular screw. So far I've noticed no side-effects from this.

    Ultimately I was able to complete the whole guide and repair the Nano succesfully! :-D

    wil - 回复

    i have also stripped this screw in this step. can i change the display without removing this screw? any help is greatly appreciated

    Lori Baldridge - 回复

    I used a Phillips #000. No issues with the screws.

    JPagan - 回复

  8. Hebe die Halterung der unteren Blende aus dem iPod heraus.
    • Hebe die Halterung der unteren Blende aus dem iPod heraus.

  9. Entferne die beiden Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 oben am iPod.
    • Entferne die beiden Kreuzschlitzschrauben #00 oben am iPod.

    Had to pick out resin with dentist tool to enable Philips driver to engage screw heads.

    Need to be very slow and careful with sharp end of dentist pick.

    afdelaurier - 回复

    Use a Phillips #000.

    JPagan - 回复

  10. Der markierte Stecker verbindet das Klickrad und die Kopfhörerbuchse mit dem Logic Board. Bevor du weiterarbeiten kannst, musst du das Kabel vom Logic Board ablösen.
    • Der markierte Stecker verbindet das Klickrad und die Kopfhörerbuchse mit dem Logic Board. Bevor du weiterarbeiten kannst, musst du das Kabel vom Logic Board ablösen.

  11. Trenne das Kabel zur Kopfhörerbuchse mit dem Spudger vom Logic Board ab. Du musst dazu den Stecker behutsam zur Vorderseite (bzw. nach oben, der Stecker funktioniert wie bei LEGO® Steinen) des iPods drücken, bis er sich vom Logic Board löst.
    • Trenne das Kabel zur Kopfhörerbuchse mit dem Spudger vom Logic Board ab. Du musst dazu den Stecker behutsam zur Vorderseite (bzw. nach oben, der Stecker funktioniert wie bei LEGO® Steinen) des iPods drücken, bis er sich vom Logic Board löst.

    • Ein spezieller Tipp für den Zusammenbau: schiebe den Stecker hinein, bis er sich über seinem Anschluss auf dem Logic Board befindet. Setze dann ein dünnes Werkzeug über den Stecker und drücke ihn nach unten in den Anschluss auf dem Logic Board hinein.

    When reassembling, the jack connector cable broke :'( iPod woking fine, with a new battery.... but no more sound. Grrrr

    TheRV - 回复

  12. Drücke das Logic Board mit dem Spudger durch den iPod aus dem Gehäuse heraus. Das Klickrad und die Kopfhörerbuchse müssen im iPod bleiben.
    • Drücke das Logic Board mit dem Spudger durch den iPod aus dem Gehäuse heraus. Das Klickrad und die Kopfhörerbuchse müssen im iPod bleiben.

    • Achte darauf, dass das Logic Board beim Herausholen nicht am Klickrad oder an der Kopfhörerbuchse hängen bleibt.

    The headphone ribbon and the click wheel is on the top side of the cover, so be sure to apply force toward the down side to avoid scratching the click wheel's PCB.

    [deleted] - 回复

    Before pushing I carefully used the spudger to move the top bezel (with the hold switch) out of the case first. Be careful, it’s got a tiny ribbon cable. But getting that out first made the logic board slide out relatively easily.

    jack.jansen - 回复

  13. Zum Entfernen des Logic Boards musst du die Spudgerspitze in das Schraubenloch setzen  und das Board vorsichtig herausdrücken. Es wird durch die Spalte festgehalten und die Gefahr, dass es beschädigt wird, ist kleiner.
    • Zum Entfernen des Logic Boards musst du die Spudgerspitze in das Schraubenloch setzen und das Board vorsichtig herausdrücken. Es wird durch die Spalte festgehalten und die Gefahr, dass es beschädigt wird, ist kleiner.

    My battery swelled and it was not possible to push out. Looks like I cracked the screen trying to free it up inside the case.

    SEAN Tanton - 回复

  14. Entferne das Display und das Logic Board ganz vom Metallgehäuse.
    • Entferne das Display und das Logic Board ganz vom Metallgehäuse.

    • Achte beim Zusammenbau darauf, dass der Akku richtig sitzt. Wenn er nicht genug Platz hat, kann die Displaykante das Innere des Bildschirmfensters verkratzen.

    When sliding back the logic board, watch out not to put too much stress on the side with the screen and the window, cause it may lead to annoying stripes on your window

    Jasper Jonkman - 回复

    reassembly : use a small dry paint brush to remove dust and crime from display screen to avoid spots .

    afdelaurier - 回复

  15. Schabe mit dem Spudger den schwarzen Kleber weg, der die drei Akkukabel bedeckt.
    • Schabe mit dem Spudger den schwarzen Kleber weg, der die drei Akkukabel bedeckt.

  16. Ziehe das orangefarbene Klebeband von den drei Lötstellen auf der anderen Seite des Logic Boards ab.
    • Ziehe das orangefarbene Klebeband von den drei Lötstellen auf der anderen Seite des Logic Boards ab.

  17. Lege die Entlötlitze auf die noch vorhandene Lötperle.
    • Lege die Entlötlitze auf die noch vorhandene Lötperle.

    • Drücke den Lötkolben von oben auf die Entlötlitze über der Lötperle

    • Halte den Lötkolben solange aufgedrückt, bis das Lötzinn von der Litze aufgesaugt worden ist.

    • Wiederhole das Verfahren für die anderen beiden Anschlüsse.

    Is it necessary to solder the wires at the board? Is it possible to just clip them and then solder the wires together, or somehow reconnect the new wires with the old clipped wires from the board? Just curious. Seems like it could be easier since you wouldn't need to remove the old solder, but I don't know much about this type of thing. Thanks!

    Lark Davis - 回复

    that should work too, it is the less clean solution, but it takes away some of the potential to fail...

    5mark -

    Before beginning the unsoldering I cut all battery wires near the battery to prevent shortening battery or board. I then commenced to step 17, 18 and 19 with the battery already detached. Instead of pulling the wires out of their soldering holes with the battery I used a little plier to pull each of them out. Holding the soldering iron to the pad on the other side while pulling with the plier makes that quite easy.

    Alexander Schwab - 回复

    I did the same thing too!

    eharada -

    Yep, me too, it's the smart thing to do. The author might add a sidenote to this step ...

    Stefan Van pellicom -

    Or you can use a "Solder Sucker" that has a plastic tip so it's less likely to short out.

    eharada - 回复

    I concur. Although I haven't worked on my nano yet, I have done fine-scale soldering like this before. I've never been comfortable working with braid. I prefer to heat the solder and suck it with a vacuum bulb. That won't get all of it, but it will get enough that you can pull the wires from the other side while applying heat and when they come out, the hole should be clear. (Use of a "helping hands" base that can hold the board in place while you use both hands to pull wires and position the soldering iron will help enormously!)

    But I also agree that desoldering the wires from the board, although cleaner, is also far more difficult. Better to cut the wires near the battery and then solder the new batter to the cut leads. Use some small diameter heat shrink tubing (or electrical tape) to insulate the wires so it doesn't short when you put it all back together.

    shamino - 回复

    Not having braid, I tried my solder sucker. It still took a very long time to clear the holes.

    I had success with a different technique. Leave the existing wires in place. Unsolder them from the old battery, and solder them onto the new battery. On my battery the wires were attached with a solder ball and no other mechanical connection (e.g. wrapping) so they came off easily. The wires are tiny and closely spaced, so take care not to short the battery.

    If you go this route, I recommend unsoldering the outside wires first and then do the inside one. When installing the new battery, it should be easier to connect the middle wire first, and then do the outer wires. Again, take care not to short out the battery connections!

    Although they are close, the danger is no worse than in soldering directly to the motherboard.

    gordonhamachi - 回复

  18. Achte darauf, dass du nicht die metallenen Lötaugen um die Anschlüsse vom Logic Board abschabst. Wenn das versehentlich passiert, kannst du den Ersatzakku nicht mehr verbinden.
    • Achte darauf, dass du nicht die metallenen Lötaugen um die Anschlüsse vom Logic Board abschabst. Wenn das versehentlich passiert, kannst du den Ersatzakku nicht mehr verbinden.

    • Spanne die Akkuanschlüsse mit einem Metal Spudger behutsam an. Achte darauf, dass du immer nur einen Kontakt gleichzeitig berührst.

  19. Ziehe die Kabel durch das Logic Board durch, um den Akku abzulösen. Wenn sie  nicht leicht abgehen, dann prüfe nochmals, ob die Kabel angespannt sind und das Lötzinn ganz entfernt ist.
    • Ziehe die Kabel durch das Logic Board durch, um den Akku abzulösen. Wenn sie nicht leicht abgehen, dann prüfe nochmals, ob die Kabel angespannt sind und das Lötzinn ganz entfernt ist.

    • Schiebe die drei Kabel des Ersatzakkus durch die Löcher im Logic Board. Von der Kante des iPods aus gesehen ist die Reihenfolge der Farben schwarz, rot und weiß.

    There is some double-sided tape affixing the battery to the central area of the assembly... the spudger can be used to slide down the edges first to lift, then to slide between the battery and tape.

    jasonbuechler - 回复

    use the solder wick again after the old battery wires are removed to clean up the holes, this makes instering the new wires easier.

    Rob - 回复

    You can use the "Blue" masking tape to insulate the new battery wires. Also you can use the "Blue" Masking tape to hold in the wires and the battery before soldering. Reason for the "Blue" tape is it's less sticky and leaves no residue.

    eharada - 回复

    I can't get this step clearly :(( Can someone help me?

    Edmund Park - 回复

    Awww, I can't did it, can someone I don't know why but I can't open it like you did :(( Can someone <a href="http://wheelonroad.net/">check it</a> for me, pls?

    Edmund Park - 回复

    Wow, finally I can find how to replace the battery. I'll try it, Thanks so much! http://apahouse.com/best-fuel-injector-c...

    Kim Aimond - 回复

  20. Biege die Kabel herum, so dass sie nicht aus dem Logic Board herausgleiten können.
    • Biege die Kabel herum, so dass sie nicht aus dem Logic Board herausgleiten können.

  21. Setze den Lötkolben auf den Draht des Akkukabels und den metallenen Anschluss und erhitze sie ein bis zwei Sekunden lang.
    • Setze den Lötkolben auf den Draht des Akkukabels und den metallenen Anschluss und erhitze sie ein bis zwei Sekunden lang.

    • Halte den Lötdraht dran, bis das Lötzinn auf dem Draht schmilzt. Wenn sich eine kleine Perle um den Anschluss gebildet hat, entferne zuerst den Lötdraht und dann den Lötkolben.

    • Wiederhole das Ganze für die anderen beiden Anschlüsse, achte dabei darauf, dass du die Anschlüsse nicht zusammenlötest.

结论

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Unfortunately, could not get adhesive off of battery wires without damaging one of the pads. Also, the solder would not flow to the braid and so am unable to clear solder off of holes-not that it matters at this point. Looks like a failure for now.

Robert Cellucci - 回复

I'm not very good with solder wick, so I pulled out my trusty "solder sucker" and got the holes cleaned out. It's kind of brute force, but it worked.

Jeff D - 回复

Firstly, I ruined my iPod because these instructions are inadequate and do not describe the actual difficulty level which is high. Secondly, fluxed desoldering braid of the appropriate size should be INCLUDED in the kit. It's not like one can go to Home Depot and get the stuff, so it should be included. Two inches of the braid out of a 10' roll(which costs on the average $3 retail) is all that would be required. This screwed me. Thirdly, desoldering the tiny battery terminals requires a fine tip iron. No mention of that.

I ruined the Nano but I'm not too upset as I have another one which will need a battery change sometime as well so I'll just save the trashed one to use for parts and use this battery when the time comes. However the iFixit people need to re-evaluate the kit AND the instructions and make some revisions. iFixit assumes that everyone was born with microsoldering skills and has all the appropriate equipment and that is just not true.

Gus - 回复

All the way on top of the article it says : very difficult.

Just not everybody has the skills or equipment to finish a job like this with good result.

No need to include wick in a kit : if you do electronics repairs, that should be on your bench, always.

Stefan Van pellicom -

Ya know. Common sense sure is passed by when you want someone to hold your hand when you go pee.

Consider what was replied. "Very Difficult". Think of that as

"Expert Level", so some obvious "expert level" knowledge of using these types of tools, you know, common sense, is an obvious requirement. You messed up. Don't blame someone trying to help. That's childish.

Tickle Pickle -

I got all the way to the end without any issues. I had to use a pin/needle to clear the holes for the wire a little, but otherwise it went smoothly. But at the very end, when I went to snap the headphone jack ribbon back in, it was somehow pinched and came right off. Since I was pretty careful at the beginning it had to have been when I was pushing everything back together. Junk now. But close!

jalex - 回复

8/26/2015; Thanks for the guide. I purchased the replacement battery several years ago and finally got around to the task. Took about an hour and is fairly challenging. Having a temp controlled soldering station set at 450 degrees helped.

irvmiyamo - 回复

easy to follow to replace batteries. Thanks,

more http://batterychargersexpert.com

tuandmvn - 回复

As good as these instructions are, there is not nearly enough guidance as to how to remove the battery itself between steps 18 and 19. There is sticky tape there holding it in. a procedure needs to be added how to get it out. at this time i am not sure if i damaged anything trying to figure it out myself.

Steven Casquarelli - 回复

About [step 21] , Don't hold the soldering iron like this or you'll get 3rd degree burns :D

Vittorio Boccone - 回复

I don't know why but I can't open it like you did :(( Can someone <a href="http://wheelonroad.net/">check it</a> ?

Edmund Park - 回复

Goddd, It's to difficult and I can't do it even if I have followed the instruction!

Edmund Park - 回复

Aww, this is really difficult. No matter how hard I try, I still can't do it!

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Hayes Young - 回复

Incredible guide - Thank you. Hardest job so far. The hole cleaning and solving took me 30 min - in the end I used a pin to widen the holes for the battery.

Christian Weber - 回复

Oy, oy, oy! You do it for me! Last time I used solder I dropped it on my thumb. Ow.

moofurry - 回复

Furry. MooFurry! Hahaha. Love that screen-name.

Tickle Pickle -

Definitely not an easy repair, but the instructions are good. Had a problem with desoldering the wires and directions weren't clear about removing the battery. It was hard to remove, but just took a little tugging to break the glue under it. Lost 2 screws during reassembly. Love this sight.

heldon - 回复

It looks simple, but you must have hands skilled otherwise the electronic components will die. Thanks for the detailed and practical guidance.

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Tracy A. Moore - 回复

The instructions were fine, but I destroyed the iPod anyway. It is really difficult like it says, so don’t even try it if you have little experience like me. I could not get the wires from the old battery out without removing the metal rings, and after that, I just gave up.

blaizon reiserer - 回复

You learned a lot by making the attempt. Do not be discouraged. Next time you will be wiser and do better. There is no substitute for hands-on experience!

gordonhamachi -

Hi,

Are all the screws philips #00, or is the one next to the ear-phones-jack a #000? Or vice versa’: the ear-phones-jack is a #00, and the others are #000? I have really difficulties to get the small screw on the bottom out…Any hints?

thanks

Francoise - 回复

Hi,

Can you please tell me if all the screws are of the size #00, or are there some #000?

I have the impression that the screw on the bottom holding the earphones-jack has a different size than the other ones. True? If yes, which ones are #00 and which ones are #000? I have a lot of difficulties to get the screw on the bottom, in the corner (not holding the earphones-jack). Any ideas to help?

thanks

Francoise - 回复

After much struggle I was able to clean the battery holes, insert the new batteries, and put the iPod back together. It was harder than I thought it would be. The iPod now works and plays music! Unfortunately, a new problem is that the display is now completely blank. When I push the middle button on the iPod, the display switches from black to all white for 10 seconds, and then back to black. I plan to disassemble again and see if perhaps I managed to loosen the display ribbon cable.

gordonhamachi - 回复

After taking my iPod apart a few times trying to cure the white screen, I discovered that I had torn the display ribbon cable. The only way to get a new ribbon cable is to get a new screen. I happened to have a replacement screen so I installed it and now it works fine.

gordonhamachi - 回复

Whew, success but it was a battle. I didn’t order a battery until I had removed dead one without a show-stopping incident, Ifixit couldn’t ship me a battery so I went to ebay (Orderselect, Orem, Utah.) The battery was thicker by 0.75mm so I had to press the whole assembly together using a bench vice, not pretty. I also used a thin plastic sheet to cover logic board as I pressed things back together as something was hanging up inside. I removed the plastic sheet before the screen went in; to my amazement, it booted up.

jandrews33 - 回复

Okay i amd so confused. can anyone help me do it????

Kedamono de Schiel - 回复

My battery is swollen and won’t let me push out the logic board easily. The seat where the screw hole is mentioned to push the board through is completely gone. I put too much pressure and the seat for the screw is history. Anyone had this issue with swollen battery impeding the board from being pushed through?

quelsac - 回复

This is a difficult repair. Ref jandrews33 comment on 1 May above, there is a lip of plastic running across the device just below the window (maybe a part of the screen moulding?). It protrudes into the centre of the case and can catch on components as you slide in the logic board and screen assembly. This is problematic if the replacement battery is even slightly thicker than the one you remove. Mine was. Like jandrews33 recommend using a very thin sheet of plastic to assist inserting the board and screen without anything catching. The sheet needs to be tough so you can pull it out again after assembly. It will also help the black foam rubber screen surround slide into the case. The surround can be a bit sticky otherwise. The orange plastic circuit sheet below the display caught on that lip and ripped so device is scrap now.

timcee - 回复

Additionally, be careful cleaning out the battery holes using a pin. It’s easy to tear the conductor so you have nothing to solder to. I was able recover from the one I messed up by soldering to the other side of the board which was still intact. It looked OK but I don’t know if it worked as I wrecked the device on reassembly as above

timcee - 回复

After replacing the battery, I’m getting a battery with warning sign on screen and constant booting.

JPagan - 回复

Okay, I have had plenty of experience with this kind of stuff. Used to be an Apple tech. I did not have a problem replacing the battery, but after I did so and tried to charge the battery it hot very very hot. Now it won’t boot at all. No screen etc. Is there a possibility that the battery is defective or was charged with a reverse voltage to begin with? Yes the battery is installed correctly. Any hints are appreciated.

Grumpy4650

Dennis Porter - 回复

NOT a good method ! Do NOT do any soldering on the MB.

Instead, cut the wires off the old battery as close as you can to the battery. Trim a little bit of insulation off the wires. Solder those wires to the new ones. (This also makes it easy to get the colors right.) If you don’t have heat shrink tubing or such, peel off some yellow cellophane tape off the old battery and wrap each splice.

Be VERY careful no to short any leads while doing this. Keep each lead on the new battery covered until you’re ready to splice, solder and re-cover.

This brings the difficulty down a level.

ftgftg - 回复

It is much easier to just unsolder the wires from the battery control board and then solder them onto the new batteries control board instead of cutting the wires and trying to cover the splice.

Tim Elliott -

Cool guide! So helpful! More so than the lots quality unexplained YouTube stuff. Did this today, new battery appears to be working but can't test is as I can't get the case back on. Replacing the battery might have increased the thickness, will try cleaning the grime out with IPA.

Any tips?

Davinder Singh - 回复

For anyone else doing this, I found it easier to unsolder the wires from the battery control board than to unsolder them from the iPod board.

Tim Elliott - 回复

I used this guide to replace the batteries on a 2GB and a 4GB Nano. This is a great guide with good attention to the important details. These are also much easier to take apart than 4th generation Nanos from my experience.

spslizer - 回复

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