Question about Apple iPod Photo MP3 Player
Try to put pressure on the ribbon cable connector of the audio jack module. if it helps when you do it manually you can put a distance piece there that maintains the pressure. if it doesn't work and you are sure that your jack is intact, you need a new logic board. the part is on ebay and there is a ipod repair guide if you want it yourself or have a tech savy friend help you.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
The diagnostic mode won't check the audio, only the headphone jack.
I suspect that the sound on your ipods motherboard went out. It happens!
Have you been using the ipod on a dock, a speaker dock, any dock?
If so the dock may have damaged the motherboard and too the sound out.
Or the sound on the board just went out. You can fix the boards without special equipment and
skill. If that has occurred, which if you replaced the headphone jack with a new one, has occurred
you are looking at replacing the motherboard in your ipod.
You can find a new motherboard on ebay for about 40.00 or so.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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