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[* black] Getting at the slew of connectors on the back side of the logic board requires a little bit of careful [http://www.apple.com/letter-from-tim-cook-on-maps/|navigation] on our part and flexibility on the iPod's part.
[* black] ~~No~~ iPods were harmed in the making of this teardownteardown—we needed to break the soldered battery connections before we could even tilt the logic board up to peek underneath.
[* black] ~~No~~ iPods were harmed in the making of this teardownteardown—we needed to break the soldered battery connections before we could even tilt the logic board up to peek underneath.
[* black] A [product|IF145-000|plastic opening tool] makes quick work of disconnecting the various connectors on the logic board.
[* black] Unfortunately, we can't remove the logic board just yet. There is a ribbon cable routed underneath the battery that seems to lead to the lightning connector.