This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Innovative Technology iPod Docking Station IT-5022WHT, use our service manual.

Before Teardown Condition: Well used Noted issue: static sound when adjusting volume.
  • Before Teardown

  • Condition: Well used

  • Noted issue: static sound when adjusting volume.

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Remove back battery panels. There are two: the main panel, and the smaller back up panel behind the main. Remove the 9 phillips screws. Remove the 9 phillips screws.
  • Remove back battery panels. There are two: the main panel, and the smaller back up panel behind the main.

  • Remove the 9 phillips screws.

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Speakers Display & Logic Board Top panel buttons board
  • Speakers

  • Display & Logic Board

  • Top panel buttons board

  • Audio Jacks

  • DC Power Connector

  • Antenna

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DC Power Board Audio Jacks board Remove the two screws
  • DC Power Board

  • Audio Jacks board

  • Remove the two screws

  • The boards are glued in, so carefully pry them out of the casing.

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You can pull the antenna apart without opening the entire case. This is helpful if just part of the antenna is bent. For full removal, remove the screw on the bottom of the box labeled "antenna", and slide the antenna out the top. Coax cable connects the antenna to the tuning circuit on the upper PCB.
  • You can pull the antenna apart without opening the entire case. This is helpful if just part of the antenna is bent.

  • For full removal, remove the screw on the bottom of the box labeled "antenna", and slide the antenna out the top.

  • Coax cable connects the antenna to the tuning circuit on the upper PCB.

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Remove three screws holding the three mounting brackets for each speaker. Use a blade to remove the glue holding the speaker wires in. Carefully pry the speakers off their mounting points because they are glued in.
  • Remove three screws holding the three mounting brackets for each speaker.

  • Use a blade to remove the glue holding the speaker wires in.

  • Carefully pry the speakers off their mounting points because they are glued in.

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Removing the LCD Panel and motherboard. Removing the LCD Panel and motherboard. Removing the LCD Panel and motherboard.
  • Removing the LCD Panel and motherboard.

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Remove 6 screws Pry out the panel by hand Careful of the volume and tuning nobs when pulling the board down
  • Remove 6 screws

  • Pry out the panel by hand

  • Careful of the volume and tuning nobs when pulling the board down

  • Check out that coil

Hi, Just wanna ask. I have this same unit but mine has a busted resistors: 1) R902 and 2) R908. Can you please help me identify the value of these 2 busted resistors? Thank you so much in advance. You can reply through my e-mail: july_477@yahoo.com

Leo - Reply

Hi leo. I don't have the product anymore, but resistors always have a color code on them. There are infographics available online that explain the color code. That's the best I can offer.

Dylan -

Overall this product was pretty easy to take apart.
  • Overall this product was pretty easy to take apart.

  • The internals were pretty easy to identify based on their location and appearance.

  • One drawback was that the speakers were glued in. The glue prevents rattling, but makes the speakers harder to get to. Some glue should be used when replacing the speakers.

  • 8/10 repairability

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