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Gently fold the display over away from the rest of the iPod, taking care not to disconnect or break any of the ribbon cables. Set the two halves flat on a table or bench. If your iPod has a black home button assembly rather than the orange one shown here, you can skip this step. The button is not attached to the LCD plate and does not need to be removed to complete the repair.
  • Gently fold the display over away from the rest of the iPod, taking care not to disconnect or break any of the ribbon cables. Set the two halves flat on a table or bench.

  • If your iPod has a black home button assembly rather than the orange one shown here, you can skip this step. The button is not attached to the LCD plate and does not need to be removed to complete the repair.

  • Use a plastic opening tool to pry the home button switch up from the LCD plate.

  • It may be necessary to use a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the adhesive on the back of the home button. Always use a low heat setting.

  • Do not attempt to remove the home button switch, as it is connected to components below the LCD plate.

Faites délicatement pivoter l'écran, en prenant soin de ne pas débrancher ou briser aucune des nappes. Posez les deux moitiés sur une table ou un banc.

Utilisez un outil d'ouverture en plastique pour retirer le bouton home de la plaque de protection de l'écran LCD.

Il peut être nécessaire d'utiliser un pistolet à air chaud ou un sèche-cheveux pour ramollir l'adhésif derrière le bouton home. Utilisez toujours un faible niveau de chaleur.

N'essayez pas d'enlever le commutateur du bouton home, car il est connecté aux composants situés sous la plaque de protection de l'écran LCD.

[* icon_note] Gently fold the display over away from the rest of the iPod, taking care not to disconnect or break any of the ribbon cables. Set the two halves flat on a table or bench.
[* black] '''If your iPod has a black home button assembly rather than the orange one shown here, you can skip this step.''' The button is not attached to the LCD plate and does not need to be removed to complete the repair.
[* black] Use a plastic opening tool to pry the home button switch up from the LCD plate.
[* black] It may be necessary to use a heat gun or hair dryer to soften the adhesive on the back of the home button. Always use a low heat setting.
[* icon_caution] Do not attempt to remove the home button switch, as it is connected to components below the LCD plate.

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