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You can try and solder it yourself after you practice on some other components until you become proficient, or you could just take it to your local TV/Radio repair person and have them solder it. Remember that what makes these guys usually expensive is to dismantle and diagnose, which is time consuming. In your case, it's disassembled and should be straight forward. Also, do not forget your local High School and Colleges, check for their electronics courses, if you do not a TV repair person handy. They are almost as hard to finefind as parts for your iPod. ;-) [guide|6190] and http://www.aaroncake.net/electronics/solder.htm might be a good start....good luck
You can try and solder it yourself after you practice on some other components until you become proficient, or you could just take it to your local TV/Radio repair person and have them solder it. Remember that what makes these guys usually expensive is to dismantle and diagnose, which is time consuming. In your case, it's disassembled and should be straight forward. Also, do not forget your local High School and Colleges, check for their electronics courses, if you do not a TV repair person handy. They are almost as hard to finefind as parts for your iPod. ;-) [guide|6190] and http://www.aaroncake.net/electronics/solder.htm might be a good start....good luck

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: oldturkey03 ,

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You can try and solder it yourself after you practice on some other components until you become proficient, or you could just take it to your local TV/Radio repair person and have them solder it. Remember that what makes these guys usually expensive is to dismantle and diagnose, which is time consuming. In your case, it's disassembled and should be straight forward. Also, do not forget your local High School and Colleges, if you do not a TV repair person handy. They are almost as hard to fine as parts for your iPod. ;-) [guide|6190] and http://www.aaroncake.net/electronics/solder.htm might be a good start....good luck

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