iPod nano (6th Gen) Display Assembly

$44.95

Product code: IF147-000-1
Apple Part #: 821-1134-A

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iPod nano (6th Gen) Display Assembly

$44.95

Product code: IF147-000-1
Apple Part #: 821-1134-A

Product Overview

This replacement part has the LCD and glass touch panel fused together. You have to replace the whole assembly since the two parts are fused together.

Compatibility

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  • All 6th Gen iPod Nanos

Product Details

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Compatibility

iPod Nano 6th Generation
16 GB
8 GB
 

Stories

My Problem

The Ipod was prviously dropped on a hard serface causing the screen to splinter.

My Fix

The total repair time too about 5 mins. Guides on Ifixit were very insightful and thorough. Hardest part was getting the miniture srews out of the EMI shield and getting the screen tucked in.

My Advice

Watch the screws don't run away. the guide does not show how the new screen tucks inside the side where the display used to be dont panic, it's eay. just play with it.

My Problem

The nano's screen was cracked after falling on pavement

My Fix

The directions were great. The two connectors are extremely tiny and required some trial and error for a solid fit.

My Advice

Be gentle when aligning the two tiny connectors and make sure the final connection is good. Otherwise, the process is simple. Don't over do the heat.

My Problem

I left my nano in my watch pocket and it was washed. Not at good thing. Better ways to clean the screen....after the thorough cleaning, nano would sync up to computer but no screen display.

My Fix

putting in a new screen did not solve the problem but it was easy to swap out the screen

My Advice

Don't forget your nano in your watch pocket, it's not waterproof. duh

My Problem

The screen was completelly broken due a fall in the sidewalk of her iPod

My Fix

I bought the plastic tools, the replacement part (touch glass) for the iPod nano 6th generation. As all the parts arrived, we opened the guide and follow all the steps, the instructions were clear and, with fotos we didn´t have any problem to change the screen. The result was great, the iPod is brand new again, my daughter is very very happy.

My Advice

The advice is to get a double side tape for the border of the internal screen glass before the maintenance.

My Problem

Broken front panel.

My Fix

It was very easy and did not take very long.

My Advice

Don't drop your device.

My Problem

The front panel screen was shattered and needed to be replaced

My Fix

Overall the repair went well.

Problem Found - The front panel is held in place by a thin coating of some type of adhesive (which the heat gun loosens up). In my case, since the screen was shattered and splintered. There were small shards of glass stuck in this adhesive. As a result, I had to remove all this adhesive and the repair kit did not include any type of replacement for this adhesive. This adhesive is required to keep the new screen in place once the repair is complete. I ended up using a small amount of glue to keep the panel in place. Not perfect but it appears to have worked. Only time will tell.

My Advice

- Include some type of adhesive just in case

My Problem

I blew the screen out of a Ipod Nano 6 gen. I was going to throw it away then found the Ifixit repair article.

My Fix

It couldn't have been any easier. The ifixit article walked me through replacing the screen, and in all it took about 20 minutes.

My Advice

Don't hesitate. Ifixit was a one-stop repair shop.