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Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Michael Kennedy, Mar 28, 2006.

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  1. Guest

    Looks like a crystal resonator. The missing top, if it even had one,
    was just a dust cover for the crystal.

    You probably need to send the ipod off for board level repair by the
    ipod people as that is the only option for an intermittent repair like
    that as zero repair parts are available to outside servicers or end
    users.
     
  2. PJ

    PJ Guest

    It's designator looks to be Y-1. This would say it's a smt crystal. The lid would have had its frequency printed on it.
    It probably fell off due to the Ipod being dropped or stongly jarred. If you can't find the lid, maybe someone that has
    the same model can get you the info...Paul
     
  3. <If you can't find the lid, maybe someone that has
    < the same model can get you the info...Paul


    DUH! I have another ipod that works.. Should have done that in the first
    place..

    I just checked it out and they are apparently different board rev. #'s but
    maybe they have the same crystal..
    This picture is upside down in reference to the original ones.

    http://mikescomuters.homeip.net/DSC00347.JPG

    - Mike
     
  4. I see what they did on my working ipod board.. they have 2 crystals Y1 and
    Y2.. the non working one has only Y1 but after looking carefully it has Y2
    on the oppisite side.. I believe them to be the same but I didn't get the
    numbers off y2.

    - mike
     
  5. Okay looking at both ipods right now... Y2 appears to be the same on both of
    them..
    They both are 32.768 (mhz I assume) but the model numbers under that are
    slightly different on each one
    KDS0243 and one KDS0160..

    I'm just an ammature at this but I'd hazzard a guess that the Y1 on my
    working board is the same as Y1 on my non working board. So where would I
    find a smt crystal
    with the markings:
    24.000
    KDS 2K

    Thanks, Mike

    ..
     
  6. I see what they did on my working ipod board.. they have 2 crystals Y
    and
    Y2.. the non working one has only Y1 but after looking carefully i
    has Y2
    on the oppisite side.. I believe them to be the same but I didn't ge
    the
    numbers off y2

    - mik

    message
    news:..
     
  7. I see what they did on my working ipod board.. they have 2 crystals Y
    and
    Y2.. the non working one has only Y1 but after looking carefully i
    has Y2
    on the oppisite side.. I believe them to be the same but I didn't ge
    the
    numbers off y2

    - mik

    message
    news:..
     
  8. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    It's probably a 32.768 kHz watch crystal. These are used for real-time
    clocks.
    24.000 MHz. You might find one on an old hard drive.

    - Franc Zabkar
     
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