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Current version by: Dennis ,

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Hello, looks like you almost answered your own question.
 
But if you need to hear it from someone else, no problem.
 
Step by step -
 
Check -
 
charger OK
 
cable OK
 
battery OK
 
internal(inside iPod) battery cable OK
 
on board battery cable connector OK
 
charging port on iPod(clean it with alcohol!) OK
 
last one is main board, power controller on it may fail to
 
Also, here is a iPod Classic repaid guide with pictures -
 
[[Topic:iPod Classic]]
 
=== Обновить (17.02.2018) ===
 
Cant add a picture to comments, so I'll add it here...
Looks like it is a replacement battery for your iPod -
[image|1344172]
[https://ru.ifixit.com/Store/iPod/iPod-Classic-Thick-Replacement-Battery/IF130-021-1]
Li-Po 3.7v 850mah
To start charging using iMax B6 it need to have 3.5-3.7volts minimum.
If it has lower voltage then you need try to charge it directly using 5V PSU until it get 3.7-3.8V then use iPod to charge it or, better, charge it with any li-po(li-ion) charger to 30% minimum(or about 3.9V)
Then try if it start charging in your iPod.
If iPod powers up when you connect charger, better turnt it off and live it for charging battery.
Also check temp of it, if battery is destroyed it may overheat, then disconnect charger from device and disconnect battery from PCB!

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Original post by: Dennis ,

Text:

Hello, looks like you almost answered your own question.

But if you need to hear it from someone else, no problem.

Step by step -

Check -

charger OK

cable OK

battery OK

internal(inside iPod) battery cable OK

on board battery cable connector OK

charging port on iPod(clean it with alcohol!) OK

last one is main board, power controller on it may fail to

Also, here is a iPod Classic repaid guide with pictures -

[[Topic:iPod Classic]]

Durum:

open