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はじめに

Restore life to your iPod Touch 2nd Generation by replacing the logic board.

  1. The glass front panel on the second generation Touch has a plastic frame glued both to its outer edge and also under the wide black strips at the top and bottom of the device. The frame also has a rubber strip that surrounds the edge of the glass panel.
    • The glass front panel on the second generation Touch has a plastic frame glued both to its outer edge and also under the wide black strips at the top and bottom of the device. The frame also has a rubber strip that surrounds the edge of the glass panel.

    • The picture at left (front panel already removed) shows the locations of the metal clips (shown in red) that snap on to the plastic frame. In the next few steps, try to pry the front panel up from the gaps between these clips.

    • Also, be mindful of the very thin and delicate touch screen ribbon cable (connector location shown in orange) attaching the front panel to the upper left corner of the Touch.

  2. Gently insert a plastic opening tool, near the volume control buttons, between the plastic surround of the screen and the metal case. Rotate the tool away from the Touch to pry up on the glass panel.
    • Gently insert a plastic opening tool, near the volume control buttons, between the plastic surround of the screen and the metal case.

    • Rotate the tool away from the Touch to pry up on the glass panel.

    • The key is to work slowly and gently to avoid breaking internal components.

    • If you are having difficulties using a plastic opening tool. You could try a razor blade, we found it easier to release the clips with one. Please be extremely careful if you take this route!

  3. Insert the plastic opening tool between the front panel and its plastic surround and pry up at several points along the left edge of the Touch. Do not insert the tool and run it down the edge of the front panel. This may damage the front panel and the rubber seal. It is best to work one point, pry up, then remove the tool and reinsert it at the next spot to be pried up.
    • Insert the plastic opening tool between the front panel and its plastic surround and pry up at several points along the left edge of the Touch.

    • Do not insert the tool and run it down the edge of the front panel. This may damage the front panel and the rubber seal. It is best to work one point, pry up, then remove the tool and reinsert it at the next spot to be pried up.

  4. Continue prying up the left edge until the top and bottom edges start to lift out of the Touch. Once the top and bottom edges have lifted slightly out of the Touch, use the opening tool to assure the plastic surround is detached from the clips along the inside of the Touch.
    • Continue prying up the left edge until the top and bottom edges start to lift out of the Touch.

    • Once the top and bottom edges have lifted slightly out of the Touch, use the opening tool to assure the plastic surround is detached from the clips along the inside of the Touch.

  5. Continue the prying procedure, now focusing on detaching the plastic surround from the internal metal clips.
    • Continue the prying procedure, now focusing on detaching the plastic surround from the internal metal clips.

    • Pry along the top edge of the Touch to further separate the front panel from the rest of the device.

  6. Pry up the front panel along the right edge using the method described in previous steps. Eventually work around the entire perimeter of the front panel until it is lifted slightly from the rear panel. Also, ensure that the plastic surround is separated from the clips in the rear panel.
    • Pry up the front panel along the right edge using the method described in previous steps.

    • Eventually work around the entire perimeter of the front panel until it is lifted slightly from the rear panel.

    • Also, ensure that the plastic surround is separated from the clips in the rear panel.

  7. Lift the front panel out of the rear case minding the cable still attaching it near the upper left corner of the Touch.
    • Lift the front panel out of the rear case minding the cable still attaching it near the upper left corner of the Touch.

    • Make sure you DO NOT tear the display's touch screen connector cable. Tearing this will render your display useless.

  8. Use the flat end of a spudger (or an opening tool) to pry the touch screen cable connector up off the upper logic board.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger (or an opening tool) to pry the touch screen cable connector up off the upper logic board.

    • Now that the front panel is out, check it for damage. If the plastic surround is not flush with the front face of the glass panel, gently peel it off and stick it down.

    • Be careful not to scratch the front panel on the underside of the black portions, as the scratches will be visible once the device is reassembled.

    • Be sure to clean both the face of the display and the inner surface of the front panel, as any dust or fingerprints will be trapped inside the Touch once it is fully reassembled.

  9. Insert a small iPod opening tool with the edge angled up toward the underside of the display between the white plastic backlight and the metal shield beneath it. Pry up along the lower edge of the display enough to grab it with your fingers.
    • Insert a small iPod opening tool with the edge angled up toward the underside of the display between the white plastic backlight and the metal shield beneath it.

    • Pry up along the lower edge of the display enough to grab it with your fingers.

  10. Lift the display up from its lower edge and rotate it toward the top of the Touch.
    • Lift the display up from its lower edge and rotate it toward the top of the Touch.

    • The next few steps require removal of components under where the display normally sits. Be sure to hold the display to avoid putting tension on the delicate display ribbon cable.

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    Apple Watch キット

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  12. While holding the display with one hand, run an iPod opening tool down the two long edges of the mylar reflector attached to the metal display tray. When it is sufficiently free from the display tray, remove the mylar reflector from the Touch.
    • While holding the display with one hand, run an iPod opening tool down the two long edges of the mylar reflector attached to the metal display tray.

    • When it is sufficiently free from the display tray, remove the mylar reflector from the Touch.

  13. Remove the seven Phillips screws securing the metal display tray to the rear panel.
    • Remove the seven Phillips screws securing the metal display tray to the rear panel.

    • The two darker screws belong in the two holes in the tray nearest the bottom edge of the Touch.

  14. Lay the display back down into its tray.
    • Lay the display back down into its tray.

    • Remove the final Phillips screw securing the metal tray to the rear panel.

  15. Lift the display out of the metal tray and rotate it toward the top edge of the Touch.
    • Lift the display out of the metal tray and rotate it toward the top edge of the Touch.

    • Use an iPod opening tool to lift the metal display tray and rotate it up toward the top edge of the Touch.

  16. Use the edge of an iPod opening tool to peel the copper tape off the top edge of the display.
    • Use the edge of an iPod opening tool to peel the copper tape off the top edge of the display.

    • Leave the copper tape attached to the metal display tray.

  17. Use an iPod opening tool to pry the display cable connector up off its socket on the logic board.
    • Use an iPod opening tool to pry the display cable connector up off its socket on the logic board.

  18. Lift the metal display tray slightly (the battery is attached to its underside) and remove the display from the Touch, minding its delicate cable that may get caught.
    • Lift the metal display tray slightly (the battery is attached to its underside) and remove the display from the Touch, minding its delicate cable that may get caught.

    • The display ribbon cable is routed under the metal display tray.

  19. Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the battery off the adhesive securing it to the metal display tray.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the battery off the adhesive securing it to the metal display tray.

    • Remove the metal display tray and set it aside.

    • Lay the battery flat in the rear panel.

  20. Remove the single Phillips screw securing the gold pressure contact to the logic board. Use a pair of tweezers to lift the Phillips screw out of the logic board.
    • Remove the single Phillips screw securing the gold pressure contact to the logic board.

    • Use a pair of tweezers to lift the Phillips screw out of the logic board.

  21. Remove the following three Phillips screws securing the logic board to the rear panel:
    • Remove the following three Phillips screws securing the logic board to the rear panel:

    • One 1.9 mm screw

    • Two 2.3 mm screws

    • The darker screw belongs in the screw hole next to the dock connector.

  22. Using the tip of a spudger, flip up the control button ribbon cable retaining flap. Be sure you are prying up on the retaining flap, not the socket itself.
    • Using the tip of a spudger, flip up the control button ribbon cable retaining flap.

    • Be sure you are prying up on the retaining flap, not the socket itself.

    • This socket is found under the battery.

  23. Use a pair of tweezers to pull the control button ribbon cable straight out of its socket. Use a pair of tweezers to pull the control button ribbon cable straight out of its socket.
    • Use a pair of tweezers to pull the control button ribbon cable straight out of its socket.

  24. Use the tip of a spudger to peel back the protective rubber grommet to reveal a hidden Phillips screw. It is not necessary to completely remove this flap.
    • Use the tip of a spudger to peel back the protective rubber grommet to reveal a hidden Phillips screw.

    • It is not necessary to completely remove this flap.

    • Remove the hidden Phillips screw.

  25. Remove the two remaining Phillips screws securing the upper logic board to the rear panel.
    • Remove the two remaining Phillips screws securing the upper logic board to the rear panel.

  26. Use the flat end of a spudger to separate the Wi-Fi ribbon cable from the adhesive securing it to the rear panel.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to separate the Wi-Fi ribbon cable from the adhesive securing it to the rear panel.

  27. Insert the flat end of a spudger between the metal rear panel and Wi-Fi ribbon cable to further loosen the adhesive along the length of the cable.
    • Insert the flat end of a spudger between the metal rear panel and Wi-Fi ribbon cable to further loosen the adhesive along the length of the cable.

  28. Use your hands to continue peeling the Wi-Fi ribbon off the rear panel.
    • Use your hands to continue peeling the Wi-Fi ribbon off the rear panel.

  29. Pull the small upper portion of the logic board away from the top edge of the Touch to separate it from the rear panel. Allow the board to rest on the outside of the rear panel.
    • Pull the small upper portion of the logic board away from the top edge of the Touch to separate it from the rear panel.

    • Allow the board to rest on the outside of the rear panel.

  30. Gently pull the lower portion of the logic board away from the bottom edge of the rear panel.
    • Gently pull the lower portion of the logic board away from the bottom edge of the rear panel.

  31. Carefully lift the logic board assembly out of the rear case, minding any edges that may get caught. Carefully lift the logic board assembly out of the rear case, minding any edges that may get caught.
    • Carefully lift the logic board assembly out of the rear case, minding any edges that may get caught.

まとめ

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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