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This issue is a likely caused by a bad screen. The first thing toI'd try is a new screenreplacing the LCD first. The guide to replace the LCD can be found here: [guide|3602]
This issue is a likely caused by a bad screen. The first thing toI'd try is a new screenreplacing the LCD first. The guide to replace the LCD can be found here: [guide|3602]
 
If this doesn't work,the issue persists, then it's going to be causedlikely a bad board. I would suggest tryingboard fault. See if you can clean the connectors of moisture or dirt and try that first. If you continue to findhave problems, then the actual board is bad. The problem with this is it's usually not worth locating a board for these iPods, since a known good used one, rather then tryboard tends to repair the board. It's going to be a lot more cost effective to do it this way as wellmuch (if not more) then a new iPod. If you do opt for a board repair, you are going to needstill want to replace it, find one online with a schematic. This is likely goingbroken screen and no previous water damage and move your new LCD to be difficult, since Apple is morethat iPod. Once you do that, then happy toyou can recycle the old one or use it for the DMCA to keep this information off of the Internet. If you find one, it's likely coming from a country with no DMCA equivalentremaining parts that still work.
If this doesn't work,the issue persists, then it's going to be causedlikely a bad board. I would suggest tryingboard fault. See if you can clean the connectors of moisture or dirt and try that first. If you continue to findhave problems, then the actual board is bad. The problem with this is it's usually not worth locating a board for these iPods, since a known good used one, rather then tryboard tends to repair the board. It's going to be a lot more cost effective to do it this way as wellmuch (if not more) then a new iPod. If you do opt for a board repair, you are going to needstill want to replace it, find one online with a schematic. This is likely goingbroken screen and no previous water damage and move your new LCD to be difficult, since Apple is morethat iPod. Once you do that, then happy toyou can recycle the old one or use it for the DMCA to keep this information off of the Internet. If you find one, it's likely coming from a country with no DMCA equivalentremaining parts that still work.
 
ItAnother option is also very likelyto repair the board by looking for obvious damage, but in order to do this you will haveneed to pay forfind schematics. Apple doesn't take these getting out very lightly and is known to use the schematic, even if it comes fromDMCA to make them as hard to find as possible. If you happen to find some, make multiple backups since they will likely be gone in a shady site. I would not recommend this, especially if the site selling itshort amount of time.
This
is rarely an issue in other countries since they either do not one you would wanthave DMCA equivalent laws or they are much less easy to trust ever again.
If it's
abuse. It's often easier to pay, since those sites usually have a bad board, here islonger lifespan.

To remove
the guide to replace it as wellboard for repair or replacement, follow this guide: [guide|3603]
ItAnother option is also very likelyto repair the board by looking for obvious damage, but in order to do this you will haveneed to pay forfind schematics. Apple doesn't take these getting out very lightly and is known to use the schematic, even if it comes fromDMCA to make them as hard to find as possible. If you happen to find some, make multiple backups since they will likely be gone in a shady site. I would not recommend this, especially if the site selling itshort amount of time.
This
is rarely an issue in other countries since they either do not one you would wanthave DMCA equivalent laws or they are much less easy to trust ever again.
If it's
abuse. It's often easier to pay, since those sites usually have a bad board, here islonger lifespan.

To remove
the guide to replace it as wellboard for repair or replacement, follow this guide: [guide|3603]

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This is a likely a bad screen. The first thing to try is a new screen. The guide can be found here: [guide|3602]
 
If this doesn't work, it's going to be caused a bad board. I would suggest trying to find a known good used one, rather then try to repair the board. It's going to be a lot more cost effective to do it this way as well. If you do opt for a board repair, you are going to need to find a schematic. This is likely going to be difficult, since Apple is more then happy to use the DMCA to keep this information off of the Internet. If you find one, it's likely coming from a country with no DMCA equivalent.
 
It is also very likely you will have to pay for the schematic, even if it comes from a shady site. I would not recommend this, especially if the site selling it is not one you would want to trust ever again.
[guide|3603If it's a bad board, here is the guide to replace it as well: [guide|3603]
[guide|3603If it's a bad board, here is the guide to replace it as well: [guide|3603]

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This is a motherboard or screen issue issue. Not software.

Replace the screen first. If that
likely a bad screen. The first thing to try is a new screen. The guide can be found here: [guide|3602]
If this
doesn't do it, you needwork, it's going to be caused a bad board. I would suggest trying to find a known good used one, rather then try to repair the board.

[guide|3602]

If your board is bad, then you'll need
It's going to be a schematiclot more cost effective to repair it. Apple schematicsdo it this way as well. If you do opt for a board repair, you are of intermediate difficultygoing to find. You can find them but you need to find a lesser known siteschematic. This is likely going to be difficult, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers. They DMCA free sites, and sometimes getis more then happy to use the hosting providerDMCA to shutkeep this information off of the sites down too.
If
Internet. If you find one, get it. Don't wait.

Use
it's likely coming from a prepaid debit cardcountry with no DMCA equivalent.
It is also very likely you will have to pay for the schematic, even if it comes from a shady site. I would not recommend this, especially if the site selling it is not one you would want
to buy them.
trust ever again.
This is a motherboard or screen issue issue. Not software.

Replace the screen first. If that
likely a bad screen. The first thing to try is a new screen. The guide can be found here: [guide|3602]
If this
doesn't do it, you needwork, it's going to be caused a bad board. I would suggest trying to find a known good used one, rather then try to repair the board.

[guide|3602]

If your board is bad, then you'll need
It's going to be a schematiclot more cost effective to repair it. Apple schematicsdo it this way as well. If you do opt for a board repair, you are of intermediate difficultygoing to find. You can find them but you need to find a lesser known siteschematic. This is likely going to be difficult, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers. They DMCA free sites, and sometimes getis more then happy to use the hosting providerDMCA to shutkeep this information off of the sites down too.
If
Internet. If you find one, get it. Don't wait.

Use
it's likely coming from a prepaid debit cardcountry with no DMCA equivalent.
It is also very likely you will have to pay for the schematic, even if it comes from a shady site. I would not recommend this, especially if the site selling it is not one you would want
to buy them.
trust ever again.
[guide|3603]

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This is a motherboard or screen issue issue. Not software.
 
Replace the screen first. If that doesn't do it, you need to repair the board.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+6th+Generation+Front+Panel+Assembly+Replacement/3602
 
I don't know what blew on the board. You would[guide|3602]

If your board is bad, then you'll
need a schematic of the board to testrepair it. Apple schematics are of intermediate difficulty to find. You can find them but you need to find a lesser known site, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers. They DMCA free sites, and sometimes get the hosting provider to shut the sites down too.
If you find one, get it. Don't wait.
I don't know what blew on the board. You would[guide|3602]

If your board is bad, then you'll
need a schematic of the board to testrepair it. Apple schematics are of intermediate difficulty to find. You can find them but you need to find a lesser known site, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers. They DMCA free sites, and sometimes get the hosting provider to shut the sites down too.
If you find one, get it. Don't wait.
 
Use a prepaid debit card to buy them.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+6th+Generation+Logic+Board+Assembly+Replacement/3603
[guide|3603]
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+6th+Generation+Logic+Board+Assembly+Replacement/3603
[guide|3603]

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Edit by: Nick ,

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This is a motherboard or screen issue issue. Not software.
Replace
Replace
the screen first. If that doesn't do it, you need to repair the board.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+6th+Generation+Front+Panel+Assembly+Replacement/3602
Replace
Replace
the screen first. If that doesn't do it, you need to repair the board.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+6th+Generation+Front+Panel+Assembly+Replacement/3602
I don't know what blew on the board. You would need a schematic of the board to test it. Apple schematics are intermediate difficulty to find. You can find them but you need to find a lesser known site, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers.
 
Use a prepaid debit card to buy them.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/iPod+Nano+6th+Generation+Logic+Board+Assembly+Replacement/3603

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There areThis is a few solutions you can try

I would first try restoring the iPod, this may do something

I would try
motherboard or screen issue issue. Not software.
Replace
the screen iffirst. If that does not work

Try and replace the battery next

another thing to try is to clean the logicboard, but this will require replacement of the battery and it does require soldering in case the battery is no good

To
doesn't do thisit, you will need to removerepair the logicboard fromboard.
I don't know what blew on
the iPod and desolderboard. You would need a schematic of the battery, then you will use a toothbrushboard to test it. Apple schematics are intermediate difficulty to clean the crevices on the logicboard

If this does not work,
find. You can find them but you will need to replace the logicboardfind a lesser known site, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers.
Use a prepaid debit card to buy them.
There areThis is a few solutions you can try

I would first try restoring the iPod, this may do something

I would try
motherboard or screen issue issue. Not software.
Replace
the screen iffirst. If that does not work

Try and replace the battery next

another thing to try is to clean the logicboard, but this will require replacement of the battery and it does require soldering in case the battery is no good

To
doesn't do thisit, you will need to removerepair the logicboard fromboard.
I don't know what blew on
the iPod and desolderboard. You would need a schematic of the battery, then you will use a toothbrushboard to test it. Apple schematics are intermediate difficulty to clean the crevices on the logicboard

If this does not work,
find. You can find them but you will need to replace the logicboardfind a lesser known site, since Apple covers it up and does takedowns on sellers.
Use a prepaid debit card to buy them.

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Original post by: Nick ,

Text:

There are a few solutions you can try

I would first try restoring the iPod, this may do something

I would try the screen if that does not work

Try and replace the battery next

another thing to try is to clean the logicboard, but this will require replacement of the battery and it does require soldering in case the battery is no good

To do this, you will need to remove the logicboard from the iPod and desolder the battery, then you will use a toothbrush to clean the crevices on the logicboard

If this does not work, you will need to replace the logicboard

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