Although I found replacing the iPod's battery easy, please be warned that proceeding with replacing your iPod battery, will void your warranty with Apple. I don't want to be held responsible for damage done to your iPod because of this article, so do this at your own risk.
How to replace iPod battery Step 1 - Find a battery for your battery online (such as ipodbattery.com). Batteries sell for as low as 29$USD. You have to be CERTAIN that THE BATTERY YOU BUY is for YOUR iPOD! The wrong battery for you iPod will end up in money loss.
How to replace iPod battery Step 2 - Turn off your iPod and put the hold button to the on position. You are going to have to take a flathead screwdriver, as thin as possible. Sometimes the website that sends you the battery will actually give you a tool. In any case, you must pry open the iPod, by putting the tool between the plastic and the metal, once you feel a clip, pry it ever so gently open. Continue around the iPod, prying open each latch.
How to replace iPod battery Step 3 - You are going to have to use that tool again to unstick the battery from the hardrive. They are stuck together. Once unstuck, unplug the battery from the board.
How to replace iPod battery Step 4 - Connect the new battery to the board of the iPod (where you disconnected the old battery) and put the battery on the glue that stayed on the hard drive. Make sure the battery is flush and place wired effectively so you can actually close the iPod. Snap the case back together, you'll hear it when it's done!
How to replace iPod battery Step 5 - Turn on and charge iPod and give your iPod new life!
See my other article on how to make your iPod battery last by clicking here . You can also get tons of iPod information by visiting my iPod blog also .