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July 30, 2012
Dropped iPod classic 7G had cracked screen. Decided to upgrade while fixing, so I replaced the LCD and swapped in a Toshiba 240gb drive. Thicker drive necessitated using a thicker back, so I had to replace the back too.
Piece of cake. As usual, the hardest part was getting the case open. Was done in 20 minutes.
Unless your screen is already cracked, keep away from the screen as much as possible when opening the case. Work in the middle of the longer-sides first...then get the bottom going. Go SLOWLY!
August 9, 2011
Display was broken after many drops and dunks into water.
Challenging task but the instructions were excellent. The tools were valuable but would have been irrelevant without the detailed repair instructions. iPod worked flawlessly after the repair.
Consider replacing the front panel when replacing the display. My front panel is sratched and I could have really improved the overall display by also rplacing the front panel.