Black Replacement Front Panel Housing For Apple iPod Video 5th Gen 30gb/60gb/80g
Is this the part I need?
-Fix sound in one ear of iPod Video 5th Generation 60gb/80gb
-Can fix bad hold switch on iPod Video 5th Gen 60gb/80gb
-Can fix no sound (more likely a logic board issue)
-Can fix distorted sound of iPod Video 5th Gen 60gb/80gb
This headphone jack and hold switch for the iPod Video 5th Generation 60gb/80gb is mainly used to repair an iPod with sound from only one side or a jack that outputs distorted or static sound. If the headphone jack is loose or feels worn, replacing this part will help.
In rare circumstances, replacing the headphone jack can fix issues related to no sound at all, but it's more likely an issue with the logic boards sound chip and requires replacing the motherboard. This part can also fix an intermittent or non-working hold switch.
NOTE: The headphone jack for the 30gb iPod Video model is different. The 60gb & 80gb models use a thicker dual-platter hard drive. Therefore the backplate is thicker and the headphone jack and hold switch assembly is flat instead of beveled like the 30gb jack.
Apple does not sell their parts in the market. Therefore, the parts you see available will always be aftermarket unless they are part-outs from a used device. The quality of the replacements is not equal. Over the years we have sorted through, literally, hundreds of manufacturers to build an offering of the highest quality parts on the market.
Feel confident in your purchase knowing that you will notice no difference in the fit, size, material or functionality of your iPod Video 5th Generation 60gb/80gb jack!
Compatible Models: iPod Video 5th Generation 60gb/80gb (A1136)
We cannot be held responsible for any injuries or damages resulting from a DIY repair.
We cannot guarantee that this part will solve any issues with your device.
Legal Disclaimer: (for our protection) We will not be held responsible or accountable for any damages or injuries that result from the use of this product. We make no guarantee as to the longevity, safety, or functionality of this product or any other products that we sell. You are buying, using and possessing this item at your own risk.
All products ship directly from one of our warehouses located in the United States. Most orders are processed within
All products include a 60-day limited warranty. The warranty begins on the delivery date stated by the
tracking number of your order.
Your warranty covers any malfunction that is a result of a manufacturing defect. We will not cover issues related
to water damage, physical abuse, or improper installation.
If you have a question or concern regarding what issues are covered please contact us prior to placing an order.
Requesting Warranty Replacement
If your issues qualify according to the above terms and you are within the warranty period, contact us and we
will further assist you.
Avg. Rating: 4.4/5(5 reviews)
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Date Posted:2017-04-13 22:45:30
Location:San Diego, CA, United States
'Good product & arrived on time. Was fairly easy to install. Just be careful!'
Date Posted:2016-04-30 20:06:04
Location:Cary, IL, United States
'Works great 5th gen 60gb'
JUSTIN SHANTI DEGUIRE
Date Posted:2015-12-24 02:30:32
Location:OLYMPIA, WA, United States
'Arrived on time and works perfectly. I wish I woulda known they had a how-to video here. I figured it out but that woulda helped make it go even faster.'
Date Posted:2015-03-02 21:29:07
Location:Bethesda, MD, United States
'This part works great, installation was easy the only thing I did not like was on the video shows that this part comes with pause & play already attached to the replacement part but when I received the part I had to remove the pause & play from the old part and place it in the new one!'
Date Posted:2015-03-02 21:29:07
Location:Summerville, SC, United States
'Headphone jack now works great, but the new hold button is finicky. I noticed the ribbon cable leading to the hold button had a small tear, but went ahead with replacement since I already had my iPod opened, and was anxious to get the headphone jack fixed, willing to sacrifice hold button.'