All right, lets continue with the iPod repairs. (For part 1 go here)
I’ve been entrusted with the task of repairing two iPod Nanos with issues, one of them has a problematic click-wheel and the other one the power button is broken which means you can’t turn it on anymore. Both repairs were successful, and as usual here are some pictures on how they were repaired.
Recently, I purchased an old Super Nintendo console system -SNES as commonly referred- to get some retro gaming action on. To my surprise, after hooking it up, I discovered that the power connector was broken, which prevented the power cable to supply the energy in a reliable way, sometimes the console wouldn’t even start.
Recently I was asked to repair an iPad mini with a cracked front assembly, most commonly known as digitizer. I ordered the part from iFixit which has a great selection of replacement parts for everything Apple, and more recently items from other brands like Samsung. They include parts for Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo consoles as well.
A friend of mine had an old HP MediaSmart Server. but it apparently had a bad power supply (the server didn’t boot when plugged into the wall), I asked for it and after some begging, he acceded to give it to me to see if I could do something with it. This signaled the start of a new project.