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How to use these tools(1) Metal spudger opening tool
The metal pry tool is the "Golden Tool" for opening the casing of the iPod Classic. If done right, there should be little to no scratching on the iPod casing. Over time, we have found this method to be much more effective than that demonstrated in our video, where the fragile plastic pry tools are used. Because the front and back of the iPod Classic are metal, it's very tricky to open this device, but this tool makes it possible!(1) Mini phillips screwdriver
Once inside your iPod Classic, there are small phillips screws that will need to be removed in order to access various areas and remove certain parts.(1) Mini suction cup
The suction cup is not used in the repair of this model but can come in handy for future repairs.(1) Mini flathead screwdriver
The small flathead is used to lift up the iPod Classic's battery plug, allowing the battery cable to be removed.(2) Durable non-conductive pry tools
(2) Durable non-conductive guitar picks
Use the non-conductive pry tools and picks when unlatching connectors that are attached to your iPod Classic 6th/7th Gen logic board. This is a good precaution to avoid potential static and short circuit damage.
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Location: Niantic, CT, United States
'Ditto plastic tools broke immediately. However all I needed was the metal spatula. Now my 7th Gen classic works as well as when it was new thanx to the new battery. Metal spatula rocks.'
Location: Minneapolis, MN, United States
'The plastic things are garbage. Both broke just trying to insert them. Watched another YouTube video showing how to open with Xacto knives. That was slick and easy.'
Location: Beaverton, OR, United States
'The tool kit had a number of critical tools, the most critical was the metal pry tool that was included but not listed as a component of the kit. I almost immediately broke the green plastic pry tool, but it did help get the case removal process started.'
Location: Iowa City, IA, United States
'The plastic repair tools were completely useless, as was everything except the metal pry tool (not listed in the description) and the small flat head screwdriver. If you don't mind slightly scratching your case (barely noticable), this kit'll get it done, just be patient, it took me half an hour to'
Location: Leola, PA, United States
'The two blue plastic tools were cheap and broke within minutes. The large metal tool worked well to open the ipod. Only one of the two screw drives was magnetic.'
Location: North Wales, PA, United States
'Great video, but should have also emphasized pulling the battery while keeping the ribbon in tact. My repair went oak, but I could see someone having trouble. Metal spade was the best tool of the bunch. Blue plastic prys were not effective.'
Location: Lovell, ME, United States
'I didnt even bother using the plastic tools, but the metal one got the job done. The little screwdrivers worked great.'
Location: Melbourne Beach, FL, United States
'Battery replacement instructions are great. The opening tool kit is a waste of time. The plastic tools broke almost immediately. I used my set of metal spatulas, which caused some scratching, but opened the case without damage. Customer service sends their regrets but nothing else. Battery works.'
Location: cheboygan, MI, United States
'tools got me into my ipod classic 7th gen.thankyou much'
Location: Lititz, PA, United States
'received in timely manner. plastic tool broke almost immediately, and the metal one was too large. wasted $. hoping the battery works. took it to a business to open it and am waiting on logic board. we shall see if battery works.'
Location: Elliston, VA, United States
'received my order in a timely manner, battery and head phone jack worked great but the plastic tools broke instantly and I messed up the screen with the other tool trying to get it apart'
Location: Aurora, CO, United States
'I'm going to echo a lot of what's already been said. The plastic parts were all but useless, I broke every single one of them. The metal one however, worked like a charm. I also have to give a lot of credit to the instructional videos. I'm really grateful for those instructional videos.'
Location: Orlando, FL, United States
'These tools are too fragile to be of any real value. Not worth the money.'
Location: Roseville, CA, United States
'Kit worked great I was able to open my classic ipod without harming the case'
Location: Carolina, PR, United States
'The plastic tools are crap, broke almost immediately. The metal one works but scratches the ipod.'
Location: Cambridge, MA, United States
'I found the spudger tool the most useful of the items in this kit. It was really the only essential item in this kit for fixing my iPod. The rest of it I could have done without-- especially the plastic pry tools, which broke rather quickly.'
Location: Saratoga, CA, United States
'The plastic tool broke immediately. Was able to use the metal tool but it was a little thick and bent the case.'
Location: Menifee, CA, United States
'The plastic pry tools were essentially useless. They broke almost immediately upon trying to open my ipod. The only tool that was actually useful was the torx screwdriver.'
Location: Mission, TX, United States
'The plastic pry tools broke and did not help much in opening the case on my ipod classic. Had to use a box cutter blades to pry open the case and wound up bending the case and damaging the outside edges on the ipod. Bought a new replacement cover and can't see the damage to the edges that much.'
Location: Hollywood, FL, United States
'the metal spudger worked good, the plastic ply tools helped but they broke opening mi iPod classic.'
Location: Louisville, KY, United States
'These tools are needed. The "plastic" ones are not so strong, but I could still use them as holding tools. However, the metal tool that came with the kit was the ticket. It worked perfectly. Between the tools and the the supplied YouTube repair video, I was pretty easily able to replace a battery.'
Location: Silver Spring, MD, United States
'The metal spudger is great on prying the side of the ipod the plastic ply tools are useless the broke easily.'
Location: Arlington, TX, United States
'As others mentioned, the plastic tools are essentially unusable because they break easily. The metal pry tool is quite helpful in opening the case when assisted with a small flat-head screwdriver. I did not use any of the other tools in the kit, but they seem functional.'
Location: Land O' Lakes, FL, United States
'made it very easy to open up my ipod classic. no damage done to my ipod. highly reccommend'
Location: lafayette, LA, United States
'cheap tools broke too fast'
Location: Flint, MI, United States
'This was useful only for the metal tool, which is essential. The plastic parts did not stand up to the job.'
Location: Miami, FL, United States
'I used metal tool after breaking both plastic pieces. I recommend posting a video on how to open iPod classic, using plastic pieces. Or maybe I am dumb and missed said video?'
Location: Houston, PA, United States
'Worked great ! With the kit and the Video it made opening my Ipod very easy ! Thanks !'
Location: Peconic, NY, United States
'The tools were pretty useful overall in opening up my ipod. Instead of using the plastic pieces in the kit, which I easily broke I used the flathead screw driver. Overall the kit was decent and had the tools I needed.'
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