Jasper Says: November 6, 2006 02:31 PM I did what Bogdan suggested and was not really careful, now I ripped the foil from the connector so all the electrical tracks are Spilt a drink on it, although it had a plastic cover on it so it didn't get too wet. P.S. A solution to your FROZEN, STUCK wheel problem! 08-18-2006, 03:24 PM #1 xReddogx Freshman Lounger Join Date: Feb 2005 Location: Vegas Posts: 18 My Ipod is ALIVE! http://magsuite.com/not-working/ipod-click-wheel-repair.html
Be careful when you clean it. I fire it up. I am NOT mechanically inclined, yet I could do this and it worked!!! All of a SUDDEN?
Switch the Hold button on and off. 2. He came up out of the water but the iPod didn't. I think it took me longer to find the little screwdivers than to actually fix it. Press on and hold the Menu and Center buttons at the same time as long as the Apple logo appears, about 6 to 8 seconds.
Dixon's said to "live with it" that apple repairs took some time and it's service is expensive!!! Tim Says: January 3, 2008 07:47 PM Ok this might be a new one…. She said with the iPod off, she set the Hold button On and held the middle button (select button). Ipod Controls Not Working This should restart the iPod video.
how do i open it myself and fix it. Ipod Classic Click Wheel Buttons Not Working Was this answer helpful? Read on though! Last edited by rapsodist; 10-14-2006 at 11:39 PM. 06-08-2009, 11:21 PM #10 SteelNitro Freshman Lounger Join Date: Jun 2009 Posts: 1 the air compresser one worked for a
But after painstakingly taking care to remove and disconnect cables and whatnot, I discovered not only was my new-when-I-bought-it iPod a totally obviously referbished model, but the cable cord that connects Ipod Nano 4th Generation Click Wheel Replacement Also, see the gold cable? Anyway thinking that moisture in the iPod may be the problem I pulled it out of the rubberized sleeve and used a hair dryer on low heat on the iPod for Cancel iTronics Repair Rep: 2.3k 15 25 3 Posted: 01/16/2010 Options Permalink History If restoring the iPod brings you to the "select language" screen, and you can still not get past
Thanks, Roberto:) Midaks Says: April 3, 2007 09:40 PM Please you have to help me, I opened my brothers iPod mini to play a small prank for april fools day. Before reset your iPod, you need to check if your iPod is connected to a computer and displays any of the following messages, you should remove the iPod from within iTunes Ipod Classic Click Wheel Not Working Jess Says: July 7, 2007 11:18 PM This may sound stupid, but I tried it and it worked. Ipod Nano Buttons Don't Work Reading all the stories of damaged click wheels, leaves me to believe that I was ripped off by Ipod.
CoHarley Says: September 2, 2007 09:36 PM Ok, everyone, I did something bad. check over here Similar with a computer, iPod may also work improperly. nasty. I only took the bottom plastic plate off and slid the card in, it's tight but you can get it in. Ipod Nano Scroll Wheel And Buttons Not Working
it fixed my 2GB black ipod nano. All rights reserved. If you think Microsoft is evil, wait until I need Apple's tech-support. his comment is here Apple iPod has edged out Sony Walkman and became one of the best entertaining gadgets.
Can't believe i nearly spent £40 to send it to get repaired. Ipod Nano 3rd Generation Click Wheel Not Working I simply wiggled it back in and that worked like a charm! Once I opened the shell, I realized that the gold cable connecting the click wheel to the board was slightly loose (the silver color of the loose area made it obvious).
It needs real, human hands to work correctly. It is time soon to summarize all the excellent tips visitors have left in the comments. It's just appalling the "just buy a new one" mentality of Apple and "live with it" mentality of Dixon's :-( Ben Says: January 20, 2006 12:07 AM I have an iPod Ipod Nano 6th Generation Buttons Not Working My wife has pointed out that the IPOD MAY have gotten a bit of Coke near it.
It merely clips together inside. I'm not sure what to use to stick it back on again.. I followed Brady Cabe's advice and it WORKED!!! weblink But before I do that (which might actually be a good thing to do considering it would also fix the scratches) I'd like to try cleaning it.
The can got cold quick, and blew frost. I could reset it, but click wheel didn't work at all when I tried to do anything. No button worked any more and no startup possible. Still nothing I then was so frustrated that I took it and hit it a few times on the desk and it worked.
Try this: (1) Insert your white charging cable that came with the ipod. (doesn't need to be plugged into anything on the other end.) (2) Hold the ipod with the screen iMobie's software is not developed by or affiliated with Apple Inc. I've updated, restored, restarted....no help. Dan H Says: March 2, 2007 11:57 AM Hey - That guy Tim with the idea about scraping the side of the ipod wheel with the blister pack is a genius,
The Bottom Line Unlike restoring an iPod, to reset iPod will not erase songs on it. Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? Thanks for the tip - my iPod was in grave danger of being replaced (and I'm kinda partial to the little fella :)).
So I returned it and got a new different one. Not to good. The symptom started with the play-button, which did not work. Do I care, no.