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Current version by: Jake Devincenzi ,

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AllUnfortunately, all iPod Classics use the Model A1238, unfortunately.
The
Number A1238. Luckily, all of the repairs on these devices are the same and can be found on the [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPod_Classic|iPod Classic Repair Page].

The
original Classics featured an 80 GB "thin" verion, and ana 160 GB "thick" version.
AllUnfortunately, all iPod Classics use the Model A1238, unfortunately.
The
Number A1238. Luckily, all of the repairs on these devices are the same and can be found on the [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPod_Classic|iPod Classic Repair Page].

The
original Classics featured an 80 GB "thin" verion, and ana 160 GB "thick" version.
The next generation offered just an 120 GB "thin" version.
 
Most recently, the new generation offers just an 160 GB "thin" version.
If you have an 80 or 120 GB Classic, buy parts for the "thin" Classic. If you have an 160 GB Classic and are unsure of if you have the "thin" or "thick," refer [http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Classic-160-GB|here] for a way to tell.
 
If you have an 80 or 120 GB Classic, buy parts for the "thin" Classic. If you have an 160 GB Classic and are looking for repair guides for your device, check outunsure of if you have the [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPod|iPod Repair Page]"thin" or "thick," refer [http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Classic-160-GB|here] for a way to tell.
If you have an 80 or 120 GB Classic, buy parts for the "thin" Classic. If you have an 160 GB Classic and are looking for repair guides for your device, check outunsure of if you have the [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPod|iPod Repair Page]"thin" or "thick," refer [http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Classic-160-GB|here] for a way to tell.

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Edit by: Jake Devincenzi ,

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All iPod Classics use the Model A1238, unfortunately.
The original Classics featured an 80 GB "thin" verion, and an 160 GB "thick" version.
The next generation offered just an 120 GB "thin" version.
Most recently, the new generation offers just an 160 GB "thin" version.
If you have an 80 or 120 GB Classic, buy parts for the "thin" Classic. If you have an 160 GB Classic and are unsure of if you have the "thin" or "thick," refer [http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Classic-160-GB|here] for a way to tell.
 
If you are looking for repair guides for your device, check out the [http://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPod|iPod Repair Page].

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Original post by: Ben Eisenman ,

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All iPod Classics use the Model A1238, unfortunately.
The original Classics featured an 80 GB "thin" verion, and an 160 GB "thick" version.
The next generation offered just an 120 GB "thin" version.
Most recently, the new generation offers just an 160 GB "thin" version.
If you have an 80 or 120 GB Classic, buy parts for the "thin" Classic. If you have an 160 GB Classic and are unsure of if you have the "thin" or "thick," refer [http://www.ifixit.com/iPod-Parts/iPod-Classic-160-GB|here] for a way to tell.

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