iPod nano (2nd Gen) Replacement Battery

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iPod nano (2nd Gen) Replacement Battery

$13.99

$13.99

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Détails du produit

Description

Description

Replace a dead or damaged 400 mAh battery with this part. This part is compatible with a 2nd generation iPod nano.

Remarque

Lithium ion battery shipping regulations limit the shipping methods for orders containing batteries. Domestic orders may only be shipped via Standard shipping. iFixit is not able to ship batteries internationally or outside the contiguous US at this time. iFixit Customer Support will contact you if your order needs to be modified after it is placed.

Remarque

Installation requires soldering of battery to logic board.

Attention

Lithium-ion batteries pose a fire hazard if they swell due to age or defect. Learn more about safe handling and proper disposal of all batteries.

Compatibilité

Histoires de réparations

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Mon problème

Both my wife's iPod Mini and her friend's iPod Nano had terrible battery life, and recently the Mini started showing the "Sad iPod" icon. I thought if I replaced the battery, the Mini might get a proper charge, and I could also check the hard drive's connection.

Ma solution

Overall, the repair was 50/50. The N . . .

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Mon problème

Three main problems for me :

1. The plastic pryer (green) didn't work well for me. It was finally crumpled. So I used a small flat-head screw-driver instead. Slightly scratched the nano but not significant.

2. I have no lead-removing strip. But a rather big vacuum one. Successfully cleaned up one . . .

Mon problème

This iPod had been washed long ago, and the battery was dead

Ma solution

Unfortunately this iPod had been heavily used an abused by my son, such that the back of the case was a bit dented in a few spots (and the corners were a bit rounded in). The main problem seems to be that the back dents decreased the intern . . .

Mon problème

The battery after several years did not work anymore....

Ma solution

I used the Guide to remove the battery and put a new one

Mon conseil

Everything works fine!

Mon problème

My iPod Nano is 6 years old and will not hold a charge for about a year now. Decided to replace the battery so I don't have to have it plugged in to use it.

Ma solution

Received the new battery and tools. The screwdriver is fine but the plastic tool to remove the ends broke right away. I used a small screw driv . . .

Mon problème

battery was running down. I was disappointed that the battery that once lasted nearly a day was only giving me 3 hours.

Ma solution

It took 3 hours. It was kind of hard getting the case open and the battery was held in with strong tape. The battery wires were covered in hard to remove silicone and I didn't have . . .

Mon problème

Exausted battery

Ma solution

Well, almost exactly how explained in the guide. We fixed the battery cables instead of removing them.

Mon conseil

Be really careful with step 11 when reassembling!

Mon problème

The Nano had stopped holding a charge.

Ma solution

Fairly well given the very high difficulty of the repair. The end result was success.

Mon conseil

Desoldering the old battery was definitely the hardest part. Desoldering braid is a must, however it was impossible to remove every last bit of solder necessary to free the wire . . .

Mon problème

Original battery only held charge for 10 minutes.

Ma solution

Repair went ok for first time ipod repair. Taking it apart wasn't bad. A bit more of a challenge putting it back together.

Mon conseil

After repair, appeared that iPod was not working. Required reset after installing new battery. Flip Hold switch back and fort . . .

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