iPod Classic (Thin) Headphone Jack & Hold Switch

 
 
 
 

iPod Classic (Thin) Headphone Jack & Hold Switch

$14.95

$14.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Compatible with 80, 120, or 160 GB (thin) iPod Classics. Identify by 632-0371, 632-0626, 632-0627, 632-0402, or 821-0690 printed on orange ribbon cable.

 

Compatibility

iPod Classic
120 GB
160 GB (Thin)
80 GB
 

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My brother ask me one day if I could fix a iPod. I didn't know what kind he had so I ask for go get it and let me look at it.

I notice that someone had tried to open it up before and tried to fix it but had no luck.

The power button was broken and the plug-in was off-set

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My Problem

Headphone jack, but hey might as well do the battery too while I got this thing open right?

My Fix

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I take my iPod to bed - and on a certain day the headphone jack got twisted - and damaged my iPod internally. So: no more music. It was a very very sad day. The most economic way to fix this was to order the required spare parts and tools and do it myself. (If others can do it, I can do it too)

My Fix

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My Problem

My headphone jack was faulty and sound was only coming through one side.

My Fix

It went well. Here's what worked for me:

TAKING OFF CASE VIDEO:

Using push pins (thumb tacks) to hold the front apart from the back as I removed the case. Those separator pieces that iFixit recommends are not necessary at all. . . .

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My Problem

Only had one ear bud (also one speaker when using accessory on car radio).

My Fix

One hour had iPod apart,changed out earphone jack and battery (figured y not while I had it apart) and back together.

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After a good 8 years of listening to her music favorites in her ride, my bride of many years came to me with issue over her iPod not working anymore. I told her it needed a new battery, or worse needed to be replaced.

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Headphones were cutting in and out

My Fix

The repair was 100% successful. The ipod classic is a real bugger to get apart. (impossible without these instructions and tools) it took longer than we figured. However, since we had the tools and instructions as to how it comes apart and how you do it, we didn't . . .

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My Ipod stopped properly playing music out of the Headphone Jack.

My Fix

The Repair wasn't too bad, there were a couple of things to watch out for, taking a look from more than one angle always helps.

I found the hardest part was getting the front panel off, after that it was relatively easy.

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