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Current version by: mota9010 ,

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Hi everybody.
 
I had the same problem. Replaced my broken screen, wanted to turn on the Ipod onIpod, unfortunately nothing happened. I read lot of suggestion an experience here and I decided to try the ground trick.
I had the same problem. Replaced my broken screen, wanted to turn on the Ipod onIpod, unfortunately nothing happened. I read lot of suggestion an experience here and I decided to try the ground trick.
 
I afred of this (maybe the logic board will burn out) and I only put out the middle metal plate (the large, between the LCD and the Battery) Turn on the Ipod in this position, and shows connect to charge.
 
I plugged it to the PC, and now it's charging and looks working. ;)

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Original post by: mota9010 ,

Text:

Hi everybody.

I had the same problem. Replaced my broken screen, wanted to turn the Ipod on, unfortunately nothing happened. I read lot of suggestion an experience here and I decided to try the ground trick.

I afred of this (maybe the logic board will burn out) and I only put out the middle metal plate (the large, between the LCD and the Battery) Turn on the Ipod in this position, and shows connect to charge.

I plugged it to the PC, and now it's charging and looks working. ;)

Status:

open