iPod Nano Gen 3 Replacement Battery

$13.95

Product code: IF134-005

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iPod Nano Gen 3 Replacement Battery

$13.95

Product code: IF134-005

Product Overview

Installation requires soldering of battery to logic board.

Compatibility

Identify your iPod

  • All 3rd Generation iPod Nanos

Product Details

  • Model #: 616-0337
  • Capacity: 400 mAh

$15.95 Fix Kit

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Fix Kit Contents:

  • New 400 mAh Replacement Battery
  • Small Phillips #00 Screwdriver
  • Plastic Opening Tools
  • Spudger

Additional Required Tools:

$13.95 Part Only

 
 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This option includes the battery only, no tools.

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Compatibility

iPod Nano 3rd Generation
4 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

My iPod kept going blank screen during the day, sometimes a few hours into the day sometimes a few minutes. A screen with a battery came up a few times so I guess it needed a new one.

My Fix

Putting in the new battery was easy, getting the back off the iPod , not so easy.

My Advice

Take your time getting the back off, that was the longest part of the repair. I used a knife blade to get started as the plastic tools were good as spacers and not much as a pry bar. After putting the back back on it was a little loose so I used a hard case clear cover that snaps over the ipod to hold it all together. You can find these at the 99 cent store in many styles.

My Problem

Battery would not hold a charge

My Fix

Difficult opening the case, after that it went pretty well. It's working the way it should and I am happy!

My Advice

Take your time, don't rush the repair. I used a piece of masking tape to hold the screws and small parts so they would'nt get lost. I am pleased with ifixit, fast shipping and good service and a good product. Thank you! Ed.

My Problem

My Ipod 3rd generation turns on but shuts off right away. I went ahead and opened it up to look at the battery. It looks rusty. So I went ahead and bought the replacement battery kit. It arrived shortly after which I was surprised.

My Fix

The repaid did not work. I now dont know what is wrong with this ipod.

My Advice

I dont have much advice since my repair didnt work.

My Problem

Ipod Nano would not turn on...Diag-guessed dead battery, which I replaced. Apparently was not the problem:(

My Fix

With a little patience was able to get the back off without damaging it. Started opening at the bottom next to docking connector. Followed directions for disassembly which went easy enough. removed old battery; replaced with new, but didn't solve the problem.

My Advice

The wire leads on the battery are incredibly small. You'll probably need some sort of jeweler's glasses or magnifying lens to properly remove old leads and connect new ones. In hindsight, I think I'm gonna stick with those repairs that don't involve soldering components.

My Problem

My daughter in law found this in her dresser drawer, it had been in there since 2008. Why didn't you just return it I asked? I dunno can you fix it? So now it is important that I fix it. The it seems to be a dead battery...

My Fix

I had prepared myself for the difficult removal of the back cover. But really I didn't understand what I was dealing with in releasing the bind of the tiny spring clips and the hold those little bastards have on the back cover. Look at the pics of the tools I used to get them to release! Looking at them afterward I think I could do a better job next time and not bruise my hands in the process.. So about 30 minutes have elapsed since starting this project. desoldering was challenging because of the rather tiny wires and solder pads, but a jewelers loop helped tremendously. another 5-10 minutes pass. Battery removal was easy compared to my iphone 4s (adhesively speaking). Soldering the wires and worring that I was getting everything to hot didn't take long so the project took about 50 minutes to complete and it worked flawlessly.

My Advice

Order a new back cover if you don't need it, sell it on ebay.

My Problem

My daughter was given a new Nano ipod 3rd gen but she never used it but left it sit in a drawer for years. The battery was severely dead!

My Fix

I bought the battery kit but ended up using my trusty Swiss picket knife to open the ipod! I successfully replaced the battery. But all I got was a dim blue display. The menu ring worked but no display -- the blue display never went off. So I opened the logic board again and reinserted the power tape into its place -- very carefully. It works as it should!

My Advice

When inserting the display power tape be meticulous when putting it in place or some of the teeny wires will make cross connection and the display will not work properly.

 

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