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

Image 1/3: Condition: Well used Image 2/3: Noted issue: static sound when adjusting volume. Image 3/3: Noted issue: static sound when adjusting volume.
  • Before Teardown

  • Condition: Well used

  • Noted issue: static sound when adjusting volume.

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Image 1/3: Remove the 9 phillips screws. Image 2/3: Remove the 9 phillips screws. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Display & Logic Board Image 2/3: Top panel buttons board Image 3/3: Audio Jacks
  • Speakers

  • Display & Logic Board

  • Top panel buttons board

  • Audio Jacks

  • DC Power Connector

  • Antenna

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Image 1/3: Audio Jacks board Image 2/3: Remove the two screws Image 3/3: The boards are glued in, so carefully pry them out of the casing.
  • 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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Image 1/3: For full removal, remove the screw on the bottom of the box labeled "antenna", and slide the antenna out the top. Image 2/3: Coax cable connects the antenna to the tuning circuit on the upper PCB. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/3: Use a blade to remove the glue holding the speaker wires in. Image 2/3: Carefully pry the speakers off their mounting points because they are glued in. Image 3/3: 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.

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Image 1/3: Pry out the panel by hand Image 2/3: Careful of the volume and tuning nobs when pulling the board down Image 3/3: Check out that coil
  • 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 -

Image 1/1: The internals were pretty easy to identify based on their location and appearance.
  • 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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