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A Cowon iAudio7 8GB MP3 player torn apart.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Portable Media Player, use our service manual.

  1. The device in original condition.
    • The device in original condition.

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  3. Removed the back of the case and the PCB screws. I had to drill open one of the case screws as it was stuck.
    • Removed the back of the case and the PCB screws. I had to drill open one of the case screws as it was stuck.

  4. All parts disassembled. Second photo shows back side of the PCB. As we can see, the device contains two Samsung 4GB flash chips along with a K4M28163PH-BG75 memory controller.
    • All parts disassembled. Second photo shows back side of the PCB.

    • As we can see, the device contains two Samsung 4GB flash chips along with a K4M28163PH-BG75 memory controller.

    • A Telechips TCC771L as main CPU.

    • A PCF50606HN battery/power management chip.

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2011music my songs

Tong Thao - Reply

Hi! Could you, please, say what the type of display is there?

tikhonte - Reply

If anybody needs a new battery, try this: 3.7V polymer lithium battery 503060 or 053060

The number means the dimensions (5 x 30 x 60mm) The first number is often in 1/10mm

You’d need to solder the original cable to the battery or cables though.

Maybe you want to leave a comment here if this was helpful: adahnsplace.blogspot.com

Endre Sutus - Reply

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