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Hey all, I have a real gem/artifact. Its a 10 gb first gen ipod in pretty much prestine condition. I, however, have a logic board issue with it. I CAN fix it, but I need a very high definition photo of one so I can pinpoint the components that are soldered onto it. Can anyone hook me up with a high res image of one? Thanks!
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Have you tried viewing the take apart instructions for your iPod at iFixit: The free repair manual I used their photos and instructions to repair my 1st Gen model. BTW, the logic board on that model is small and compact. You might be better off buying one from eBay rather than trying to repair it. Lots of broken 1st Gen iPods on eBay for sale.
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Have you tried viewing the take apart instructions for your iPod at iFixit: The free repair manual I used their photos and instructions to repair my 1st Gen model. BTW, the logic board on that model is small and compact. You might be better off buying one from eBay rather than trying to repair it. Lots of broken 1st Gen iPods on eBay for sale.
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