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Since my ipod won't charge, how do i remove the battery?

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Follow this you tube link (how to open the ipod)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2107bzNEr8&feature=related


for batteries
if you order battery (you will also get some tools to open the ipod) do not use knife or screwdriver this will scratch the unit

http://www.ipodbatterydepot.com/index.asp?en=google&maingroup=highvolume&adgroup=ipodbatteryreplacement&ad=2&gclid=CKbYyJPYmqYCFU1-5Qod0xd6nA#

note: be careful wires are very close together so do not pull apart as quickly

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