The iPod Nano is a great device. It’s the perfect size to take anywhere, and its simplicity can’t be beat. Like any device though, it does get broken. Some of the most common problems that we see for an iPod Nano repair are:
- Battery replacement
- Glass replacement
- Click wheel stopped working
- Water damage
Why It Needs a New Battery
You bought the iPod Nano with a charging cable for a reason, so you wouldn’t have to worry about replacing a battery, right? Well, not exactly. When you charge a battery repeatedly, it starts losing its ability to hold a charge. Over time, battery life dwindles, to a point where you can’t take your iPod anywhere without it dying.
This is your sign that it’s time to get a battery replacement. The good news is that it’s a cheap iPod Nano repair to get, which is why so many people have no problem sending it in to us. Certified technicians have the skill to open an iPod up in minutes, switch out the battery, and return it to you good as new.
Think you can replace it yourself? We wouldn’t advise it. Many people send us their half opened iPod after trying to fix it themselves. They usually tell us that they spent hours trying to do it, and then just gave up. It is a complicating process if you haven’t done it before, so why not live life simple and just have someone who knows what to do fix it for you.
iPod Nano Cracked Glass Repair
You dropped your iPod and the glass cracked – not good at all.
Instead of ditching it, get it replaced. When you receive the iPod back, it will look like you never dropped it. It’s a small price to pay compared to buying a brand new device.
Again, if you want to fix it yourself, there’s nothing we can do to stop you, except to remind you that for the cost of buying a new screen and then sitting for hours watching a YouTube video, and then trying to remove tiny screws, you could have it done for you for just a bit more money. Doesn’t that sound so much more convenient?
Repairing the Click Wheel
To repair the click wheel, you have to open up the iPod Nano and disconnect it from the logic board. Then you connect the new click wheel to the logic board making sure that everything is in place, so when you try to put the case on, everything fits inside correctly.
The logic board is the brain of your device. Any false move could cause the iPod to never work again. If there’s a disconnect, the iPod won’t work. If everything isn’t put back in the right place, the case won’t fit.
Water can be deadly to an iPod Nano, and since you take it virtually everywhere, it’s no wonder that many people want to know how to save it. The rice trick may work, but sometimes it doesn’t. That doesn’t mean it’s toast though. It means that a specialist should look at it to see if it’s salvageable. We’ll tell you that in most situations, a water damaged iPod Nano is repairable. We have free diagnostics, so it’s worth sending it in to see if our skilled certified technicians can fix it for you.
We know you hate to see your iPod Nano broken, so we want to repair it for you as quickly as possible. We only use quality parts to ensure your complete satisfaction. Contact us today for more information about how we can fix your iPod Nano.