iPod Classic Thin Replacement Battery

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iPod Classic Thin Replacement Battery

$13.99

$13.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a dead or damaged battery for your Thin iPod Classic with this part. This product is compatible with 80, 120, and 160 GB (thin) iPod Classics.

Disclaimer

To complete this repair, you will also need a 1.5" Thin Putty Knife

Compatibility

iPod Classic
120 GB
160 GB (Thin)
80 GB

Repair Stories

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My Problem

I use my iPod to listen to music in my car for commercial free service. Unit just went stupid one day when I started the car, and the iPod was not a choice to select on the selection menu. Removed it from the car and performed a reboot, only to have it quit again after 10 minutes of use. I knew it . . .

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My Problem

My iPod Classic (thin) battery kept dying. I wasn't ready to give up on a piece of equipment that could hold 160G of music.

My Fix

Woah. That was hard. I've replaced iPhone batteries, and those have been tricky. But this was really hard. But I did it and didn't damage the iPod, except for a small scratch on . . .

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My Problem

My old iPod battery had given up the ghost and wouldn’t hold a charge. I took the unit along with a new battery in the wife’s favorite iPod or iPhone repair store and they agreed to change out for just labor only. My old iPod classic works great now!

My Fix

The pair went great

My Advice

I decided not to try to tac . . .

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My Problem

Battery had gone bad, I figured this out because it would work only on a charger. Saw the crazy bill that apple charges for a replacement and decided to try this fix myself.

My Fix

Once I saw the method and understood where the hinges were it really wasn't that bad. I watched a few YouTube videos that reall . . .

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My Problem

The battery died on my iPod and need to be replaced.

My Fix

It went well. Didn't damage the unit. Got the battery replaced and it's charging and operating so far so good.

My Advice

The trick for me was a Swiss army knife after I watched YouTube and someone used Exacto knives instead of the plastic tools provided. I . . .

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My Problem

Battery would not take a charge

My Fix

It is a difficult device to get open but with the ifixit tools and a second set of hands it went quickly.

My Advice

Get someone to help you hold the pry tools in place as you work your way around the case. Don't rush and you won't bend the case.

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My Problem

I bought it used and the battery would only last a couple hours and would die without warning.

My Fix

It took a long time, and the plastic spacer tools turned out to be useless cause they were too thick. I didn't use the putty knife technique, I used a box cutter to open it up to get the spudger in to relea . . .

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My Problem

My iPod has been drowned in the Mighty Missouri River not once, but twice! Last year I had to replace the logic board, the screen and also replaced the hard drive with a solid state drive after my favorite iPod rode in the bottom of my kayak under water for well over an hour. I had to be rescued alo . . .

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My Problem

10 year old iPod classic no longer holding battery charge, shuts off after few minutes when not connected to a charger.

My Fix

I followed the ifixit instructions and was able to open iPod and change the battery in 10 minutes. I used the tools with the kit and 1.5'' putty knife I bought at Home Depot. The IP . . .

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My Problem

The battery was old and not holding a charge

My Fix

Once I got the case open it was a breeze, tried the standard way to open the case and it was very difficult. I went online and found an alternative method to opening the case and this proved to be very helpful. using a small flexible putty knife made the j . . .

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