- Oh Dear, Just washed Ipod Nano
They are very well sealed so it might be OK. If not, open it up by levering along the seam between the back and front with a flat blade. If the blade is harder than the iPod this will damage it, you get a plastic tool with the battery replacement kits. Having replaced my Nano battery I can tell you this is not an easy job!Posted 6 years agofourbangerMember
I washed mine and dried it in a bowl of rice on the radiator for a week. Sound worked but not the screen. I took it apart and found the conector on the ribon cable to the screen was corroded. Unfortunately I managed to snap one of the cables during dissasemble and it was never to work again. If you get to the stage of taking it apart, be careful as they glue the cables in place, but it wasn’t mentioned on the guide I read.Posted 6 years agostumpyjonSubscriber
At worst ring Apple. My missus did this with a 4th gen Ipod. SHe was gutted. Apple replaced it (at much less than an equivilent one from the high street) with the same model which she wanted even though they were obsolete. all she had to do was send the old one back to them to verify it was knackered.
We were very surprised but it was excellent customer service.Posted 6 years ago
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