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[* black] DespiteTwo quick flicks disconnect the relatively easy opening procedure, we're not outLCD and digitizer cables, leaving only the battery cable as a final umbilical cord between the two halves of the woods yet.
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black] The battery, which is soldered directly to the logic board,battery is both adhered to the back of the displaydisplay assembly and soldered to the logic board.
[* black] DespiteTwo quick flicks disconnect the relatively easy opening procedure, we're not outLCD and digitizer cables, leaving only the battery cable as a final umbilical cord between the two halves of the woods yet.
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device.
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black] The battery, which is soldered directly to the logic board,battery is both adhered to the back of the displaydisplay assembly and soldered to the logic board.
[* black] Apple's engineers pulled no punches when it came to designing the iPod Nano to be as thin as possible. It may be a repair nightmare, but it's also a packaging engineering dream.