iPod Classic Battery Repair
iPod Classic Battery Replacement. Is this the right repair for you?
>iPod shows the charger is connected but doesn't power up
>iPad just shows the Apple logo and loops round again
>The battery doesn't last long
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What causes the iPod Classic battery fault?
Batteries in all devices have a shelf life. We see battery issues in devices from around 2 years old onwards. They only have so many charging cycles before you will notice a difference in its performance.
You may be experiencing one or more of the following faults:
iPod Classic battery isn't lasting as long as it should.
iPod Classic battery is getting hot on charge.
iPod Classic only works while plugged in to power.
iPod shows "Very Low Battery" message.
Sometimes when a battery fails it can expand inside the iPod causing damage to the LCD.
How do we repair the iPod Classic battery?
The first thing we do before any repair, is test the iPod Classic to check the fault. We will then proceed to open the iPod to replace the battery. We only ever use original batteries as some 3rd party batteries can cause problems. We have to take the screen off to gain access so if there are any cracks in the screen it will need to be replaced too at an additional cost.
We need to dismantle the iPod Classic as the battery is adhered to the inside of the back plate. We then swap it for a new battery and reassemble.
The iPad Classic then gets put through to our test bench where its charge and durability is tested before releasing it for dispatch.
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