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Haha... there was no problem... or to be more accurate there is not only one specific problem. I fix everything needs fixing all the time. I also love DIY things for my needs. So I better have all available tools handy in my collection.
I am a communication designer and a design thinker. For me tools are much more than just a way to fix things. There are inspirational equipment that lead me to a solution. No matter if I have to fix an iPhone or to create a rotation device for my time lapses, or to find the best way to promote my clients business. There are tools to get your job done and to find a solution for every single problem. Using your tools correctly is a precious skill.
Repairs go always very well because every single time there is something new to learn. So it doesn't matter if you succeed or fail, you will always be a winner.
My advise is: "try to fix everything you can, because at some point of your life you may find that to repair is the only solution you have for some precious things, and then you will appreciate the lessons you have learned so far in your fixing things history".
There is a story behind every attempt to correct things and make them work, and this story is not only a technical one.
To fix a broken device is like to give life to something. It inspires you and increases your self confidence. It shows you that you are able to make things work and this may as well apply to other parts of your life.
Thanks for your time
Bass from speakers just come out as muddled.
Removed without much trouble.
The original screws securing the sub-woofer strips quit easily. Pay attention when removing them. I had to discard one screw I stripped. Luckily I could remove them by forcing the screwdriver into the screw to create new indentation. Speakers could still be secured with one missing screw.
The screen was completelly broken due a fall in the sidewalk of her iPod
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.
The advice is to get a double side tape for the border of the internal screen glass before the maintenance.