Replacing Battery

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  1. Yessabub

    Yessabub New Member

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    I just Replaced My 1st gen Ipod touch battery and when i put it all back together and turned it on it did nothing so i plugged it in and it turns on to the low battery screen this screen

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    And its staying on this screen. Did i replace it correctly and it just needs to charge for awhile because the new battery is just really dead? Any help from others that have replaced there battery successfully would be great
  2. Code Name_Raven

    Code Name_Raven Member

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    Just try letting it charge for awhile and see what happens.
  3. Yessabub

    Yessabub New Member

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    Well its been plugged in for about 2 hours now and its still on that screen also its not getting hot at all. if i unplug the charger it instantly turns off and when i turn it on it instantly goes to the that screen the apple does not come up.
  4. TakenAppleDownAPeg

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    you must of disconnected something and not reconnected it, otherwise you fried something when you touched it with you static electricity.
  5. Yessabub

    Yessabub New Member

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    no i found out one of the wires on the battery was frayed so its getting a sh*tty connection

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