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iPod 6th Gen (A1238)

Submitted By: powerbookmedic
Approved On: 4/13/10
Description: This is an official Powerbookmedic.com take-apart video for the iPod 6th Gen (Classic).

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Comments (21):

John
4 months ago
Hi, I've been trying to fix my girlfriend's 80 gb model a1238 and I'm having some trouble. When I plug it into my computer (that runs Windows 8.1), I get an error message that says "The last USB device you connected to this computer malfunctioned and windows does not recognize it." I tried hard reseting it, but no matter what I try, I can't get the screen to come on. Is there anything I can do to remedy this?
Kevin
9 months ago
Hey there, I bought a used iPod classic 30g and the model number on the back cover says A1238. Its says 30gig on it clear as heck. Nothing I have seen so far says this should even exist. The A1238 is supposedly only 80g or 120g, so whats up with this one? The case on this is absolutely mint, like new with zero scratch's. Makes no sense.... [It needs a battery so I can't fire it up to look at the info page just yet.]Anyone know about this? Thanks much.
Stacy
1 year ago
The problem I have is that it will play music for a while then stop playing, but the screen will still be on and working as if it's playing music. This started happening after many drops. What part of the ipod would I have to check out to see what the problem is? I don't just want to toss it in the trash or anything like that. It works, but needs some tweaking.
Powerbook Medic
1 year ago
@Matt - the dock connector is part of the logic board.
Matt
1 year ago
Hi there , I have a 6th gen ipod classic and the dock connector is damaged, is it possible to get a replacement connector?
Powerbook Medic
1 year ago
@Dougie - it is hard to say without opening it up. It may have just damaged the battery or it could have damaged that part of the logic board and it would need to be cleaned and then replaced if that doesn't help.
Dougie fraser
1 year ago
Hi there, I have spilt som liquid onto my I Pod 1238, it will now not charge, it will play and start up normally. Can anybody help me buy telling me what I have to change to fix my little mishap ?? Thanks
Powerbook Medic
1 year ago
@amir - there's no such thing as a 160gb ipod nano. If it is a classic like in this video, you can just follow the video.
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