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[* black] Unfortunately, just like every other Nano, this iPod wasn't designed with serviceability in mind. Sliding the insides out of the casing proved quite difficult.
[* icon_note] We'llThe battery must be working on findingun-stuck from the housing for the insides to be slid out. Slide something (puddy knife, razor blade, x-acto knife, aluminum sheet from a better waypop can) down 1 1/2 inches down between the battery and the housing of the ipod from the top to get into this iPod, but for now we'd recommend keeping your new Nano in one piecefacilitate sliding and separate the adhesive.
[* black] slide the insides out until the very lowest connector is visiblevisible(circled in red), about 1/4 of an inch. Be sure to undo this connector before sliding the inides out as seen in the picture.
[* icon_note] We'llThe battery must be working on findingun-stuck from the housing for the insides to be slid out. Slide something (puddy knife, razor blade, x-acto knife, aluminum sheet from a better waypop can) down 1 1/2 inches down between the battery and the housing of the ipod from the top to get into this iPod, but for now we'd recommend keeping your new Nano in one piecefacilitate sliding and separate the adhesive.
[* black] slide the insides out until the very lowest connector is visiblevisible(circled in red), about 1/4 of an inch. Be sure to undo this connector before sliding the inides out as seen in the picture.

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