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Solder is used to create a non-permanent electrically conductive connection between non-ferrous metals. The relatively low melting point of lead/tin (Pb/SN) solder is a perfect match for sensitive electronic components. For applications where lead is not desired, one good substitute is "no lead" solder - usually a mixture of tin with a trace amount (0.3%) of copper. Note that most so-called "silver solders" are lead/tin with about 2% silver added.
June 4, 2013
the ground connection was broken and l put it in the shop to get the screen fixed and the shield the up by the display chip was gone the iphone work and l could hear sound but no picture and l looked up the iphone connection and the shield and the connection was gone so l have been look for the old iphone logic board
I am still look for a board or iphone with water damage and will try to remove the ground connection and repair it
find a good repair computer
December 18, 2012
My son has had his iPod touch for about 2 or more years and the battery was at a point that the unit would not hold a charge for very long. He uses this thing continuously and it is important to him. I had seen on iFixit that you had a replacement battery and the tools/instructi
Did the repair in very short order, the instructions on the iFixit website guiding me all the time and the repair was a success, i am a hero because of you guys!
May 17, 2012
After charging overnight my battery would go to red line in a few hours.
The repair went very smoothly. The hardest part was getting the ipod apart. The 7 Philips screws were difficult. Of the 7, 5 came out ok, but 2 had head damaged by the time I was done.... but there was enough left to reassemble though, so all worked out well.
One important piece of advice. The ifixit instructions list a #00 Philips screwdriver under tools however I needed a #0000 Philips to get the screws out.
April 15, 2012
Battery was not holding a charge
I was definitely scared about attempting this project. The first challenge (prying open the antennae cover) was very daunting. I've uploaded a pic for illustration purposes - A is where I started to pry open the case, and B is the correct location for prying open the start of the back cover. Once I got that part off, my confidence became stronger as I continued. I must say this is a difficult task, but is doable with steady hands and calm nerves.
Buy all the suggested parts and tools, follow along with the online guide ( I used my hp tablet ). I also think that the guide needs to be more explicit. Prying of the black part n this device is the hardest, once you get it off the rest is a piece of cake.