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[* icon_cautionicon_note] Apple designed their new iPods to be very difficult to take apart without destroying major components. Because of the metal faceplate, the metal backing, and the 13 (yes, 13) metal clips holding the case together, this is one of the toughest iPods to disassemble.
[* icon_caution]
Proceed with caution and the warning that you may significantly damage your iPod beyond its present condition. Also, you may want a few extra pairs of iPod[product|IF145-000|plastic opening toolstools] during installation, as they are easy to ruin when opening the iPod. Have fun!
[* icon_cautionicon_note] Apple designed their new iPods to be very difficult to take apart without destroying major components. Because of the metal faceplate, the metal backing, and the 13 (yes, 13) metal clips holding the case together, this is one of the toughest iPods to disassemble.
[* icon_caution]
Proceed with caution and the warning that you may significantly damage your iPod beyond its present condition. Also, you may want a few extra pairs of iPod[product|IF145-000|plastic opening toolstools] during installation, as they are easy to ruin when opening the iPod. Have fun!
[* icon_note] Before opening your iPod, ensure that the hold switch is in the locked position.