A 6 rib 74.5" long 0.82" wide 0.17" thick belt should work. Dayco part number 5060745 Valucraft/Driveworks part number 745K6 Sources: https://www.a-body.net/forums/showthread.php?2623-1991-Ciera-3300-A-C-Bypass-Belt https://forums.anandtech.com/index.php?t...-belt-or-replace-AC-bypass-pulley%3F-Help-finding-shorter-belt%3F.2511119/
I've got the same problem before and after replacing a dock connector for a coworker. He didn't stick around or share the pass-code for me to test so I didn't know about the mic problem until he returned complaining about it a short while later. He couldn't leave the phone with me and didn't have the time for me to take a look, but I found people reporting DOA (dead on arrival) mics online and figured that we'd get another replacement to try again. Anyway, rather than just swapping them out a few times like I've seen some do, I'm going to do my best to make sure it's a bad part and not an installation issue. First, there were some minor differences in the replacement part. I'm not talking about a lack of epoxy over SMT components or no Kapton tape over the screw or no rubber bits in various places; I'm saying that there were differences in the traces and such. One example: The original had a bit of that conductive grounding fabric stuck on a grounding plane on the flex cable where it folds around the side,...
Ugh. I replaced the digitizer on a coworker's iPod over a year ago and didn't fully test it because the person started working someplace else and didn't come back to pick up her iPod. It sat unused the entire time and on the day I am supposed to give it back to her I find out that the left side of the screen doesn't work exactly as described. :( &*#$. It's WAAAAY too late to contact the original part seller and, after this much waiting, waiting for replacement parts again seems ridiculous.
I have a question: Will this part work with a 20GB model and allow it to use WiFi or is WiFi disabled at a lower level? I imagine that the firmware still recognizes it as a 20GB model and does not present WiFi options unless it works like a Plug 'n' Play PC.