Substituição iPod Nano 3rd Generation bateria
iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement.
Written By: Walter Galan
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
INTRODUCTION
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TOOLS:
PARTS:
Desoldering Braid (1)
iPod Nano Gen 3 Replacement Battery
(1)
iFixit Opening Tools (1)
Part Only
Phillips #00 Screwdriver (1)
iPod Nano Gen 3 Replacement Battery
(1)
Solder (1)
Staples (1)
Fix Kit
This includes the battery, opening tools, and
driver.
Tweezers (1)
Soldering Station (1)
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 1 — Rear Panel
 Please be aware that removing the
rear panel from the back of the iPod
will cause considerable damage to
the rear panel. We highly
recommend purchasing an additional
rear panel to properly reassemble
the iPod.
 Before opening your iPod, ensure
that the hold switch is in the locked
position.
Step 2
 The rear panel is secured to the
front case by eight clips permanently
attached to the rear panel. These
clips lock onto small tabs machined
into the front case.
 To free the tabs, they must be
pushed toward the center of the
Nano. Note the location of all tabs on
the rear panel. When using an iPod
opening tool to free the rear panel,
be sure to work the tool at the
location of these clips.
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To aid in visualization, the two clips
boxed in red are located closest to
the headphone jack.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 3
 Opening the iPod can be challenging. Don't get discouraged if it takes you a few tries before the
iPod is opened.

Insert the large iPod opening tool into the seam between the front case and rear panel of the iPod,
above the dock connector. The tool's edge should point toward the rear panel to prevent any
accidental scratching of the anodized aluminum front case.
Step 4
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Insert a small iPod opening tool into
the seam on the headphone jack
side of the Nano, with the edge of
the tool pointing toward the rear
panel.

Gently enlarge the existing gap by
pressing/wiggling the small iPod
opening tool into the gap near each
of the the two tabs attached to the
rear case, pushing the clips toward
the center of the Nano until both
have been freed.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 5
 The large iPod opening tool is no longer needed to gain access to the left side of the iPod.

Repeat the same procedure listed in the previous step to free the three clips along the hold switch
side of the Nano.
Step 6
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Insert an iPod opening tool into the
gap near the top left corner of the
Nano and work to free the three clips
along the top edge of the rear panel.

After ensuring all tabs are free,
separate the two halves of the iPod.

The rear panel is now free from the
iPod.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 7 — Logic Board

With the rear case removed, the
back side of your Nano should now
look like this.

Remove the following six screws:
Step 8
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One 1.8 mm Phillips.
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Three 1.9 mm Phillips.
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One 2.4 mm Phillips.
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One 2.6 mm Phillips.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 9

Using a spudger, flip up the brown click wheel ribbon cable retaining clip.
 The clip is hinged at the end nearest the edge of the case.
Step 10

Use the tip of a spudger to slide the
click wheel ribbon cable out of its
socket.
 The logic board is still connected to
the iPod by the display ribbon cable.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 11
 The logic board is still connected to the front case by the display ribbon cable, located on the
headphone jack side of the logic board.

Lift the logic board assembly out of the front case from the click wheel connector side (the cable
you just disconnected). Rotate the logic board assembly about the display ribbon cable and lay it
next to the front case.
Step 12

Use a spudger to flip up the display
ribbon cable retaining clip.
 The retaining clip is hinged about the
end nearest the battery.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 13

Slide the display ribbon cable out of
its socket.
 The logic board is now completely
disconnected from the front case.
Step 14 — Battery

Before proceeding, remove the metal EMI finger shown by pulling it away from the adhesive on the
logic board.
 Do not forget to reinstall this during reassembly.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 15
 Battery replacement on the iPod
Nano 3rd Generation requires
soldering. Before proceeding, be
sure you have all the required tools
and a general feel for soldering small
electronic components.

Before de-soldering the battery
cables, you must remove a small
amount of black rubbery adhesive
securing them to the logic board.
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Push the tip of a spudger beneath
the rubber adhesive and toward the
battery to free it from the surface of
the logic board.
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Start freeing the adhesive from
around one of the outer leads, then
free it from the two gaps between
leads, and finally push the spudger
along the back side of the leads to
completely remove it from the logic
board/battery leads.
Step 16
 The battery leads are delicate, so be
careful to not tear them while
removing the black adhesive.
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Step 17
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The battery leads, now free of
adhesive, should look like this.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 18
 The next few steps require a
soldering iron.
 The ends of the battery leads are fed
through small holes in the logic
board and held in place by a small
amount of solder.

Begin by heating the exposed end of
the white battery lead with the tip of
a soldering iron while simultaneously
pulling the lead away from the
connection, using tweezers to grasp
the lead by the insulation.
 Due to the delicate nature of
electronic components, it is
imperative to limit the amount of
heat transferred from the soldering
iron to the logic board. An easy way
to accomplish this is to pull on the
battery lead with light continuous
tension while the soldering iron
heats up the connection. As soon as
the solder melts and the lead slides
out, immediately lift the solder tip off
the connection to avoid damage.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 19

De-solder the remaining leads, following the procedure illustrated in the previous step.
Step 20
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All leads should now be de-soldered
and disconnected from the logic
board.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 21

Using a spudger, pry the battery up from the adhesive holding it to the battery shield.

Start prying at the upper right corner of the battery and work your way around the perimeter until
the battery has lifted enough to grab it with your fingers.

Remove the battery from the battery shield.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 22 — Battery
 To aid in soldering the new battery in place, be sure the holes through the solder pads on the logic
board are clear of solder. This way, you can insert the new battery leads and solder them in place
rather than heating the solder pad while simultaneously inserting the battery lead and applying
solder.

To open the solder holes, straighten out a staple and push it against the solder blocking the hole
while simultaneously heating the same solder pad from the other side of the logic board.
 Do not overheat the logic board. If the staple does not make it through on the first try, allow the
logic board to first cool down, then reheat the pad. Repeat this process until the staple is pushed all
the way through the hole.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 23

Place the new battery in the metal
battery tray, sticking it down to the
adhesive.
Step 24

Using a pair of tweezers, insert the stripped ends of the battery leads into their respective holes.

Insert the black lead into the rightmost hole.

Insert the red lead into the center hole.

Insert the white lead into the leftmost hole.
 To keep the leads in place, it may be helpful to first bend the insulated portion of the battery leads
into their final shape, then insert the stripped ends into the holes.
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iPod Nano 3rd Generation Battery Replacement
Step 25
 In this step, you will solder the
battery leads to the solder pads on
the logic board.
 Excess amounts of heat transferred
to the logic board while soldering
may result in permanent electronic
component damage. As a rule of
thumb, only hold the tip of the
soldering iron against the joint just
long enough to melt the solder, then
quickly remove it.

Solder the connection by
momentarily placing the tip of the
soldering iron against the
connection, pressing solder into the
connection (melting it), and quickly
removing both the solder and the tip
of the soldering iron from the
connection. The solder should flow
around the new battery lead, solidly
connecting it to the pad on the logic
board.

Solder the other two battery leads in
the same fashion, taking special
care not to bridge any of the
connections together with solder.
To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.
This document was last generated on 2017-06-17 07:12:42 PM.
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