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iTouch 4th Generation wire torn while screen replacement, how to fix?


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I am replacing a iTouch screen and apparently I pulled the inner metal plate and it took along this little black piece with an attached blue and red wire, I'm thinking the speaker?. Well the blue wire tore and I'm wondering how I can fix this problem. Here is a pick of it so you know what I'm talking about.

http://i44.tinypic.com/2817xnl.jpg

Which part is the wire connected to on the motherboard? Is it possible to solder, if so can someone give me some instructions on how to do so?
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you are going to have to get a whole new piece because if you try and solder you can easily mess up an iPod.
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