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Versione corrente di: mayer (dettagli voto) ,

Titolo:

What should I do?

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i had the same problem too and i know what causes this. my ipod had been drench twice. at first it was still working until it ceased to respond( same as aditya's issue) BUT! it soon start working, then a month later it ceased to respond again for 3 days, then a week, a month. then came the second disaster, it ceased to respond(same issue) forever, its been 6 month and its still not working. thinking that my ipod may have corroded inside and already doomed i decided opened it and found very little corrosion, but its from the frame work not on the logic board. please help. what should i do? should i get a new click wheel? what if it still not work with a new click wheel?

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iPod Classic

Stato:

open

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Modifica di: oldturkey03 ,

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i had the same problem too and i know what causes this. my ipod had been drench twice. at first it was still working until it ceased to respond( same as aditya's issue) BUT! it soon start working, then a month later it ceased to respond again for 3 days, then a week, a month. then came the second disaster, it ceased to respond(same issue) forever, its been 6 month and its still not working. thinking that my ipod may have corroded inside and already doomed i decided opened it and found very little corrosion, but its from the frame work not on the logic board. please help. what should i do? should i get a new click wheel? what if it still not work with a new click wheel?

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic

Stato:

open

Post originale di: Dyords ,

Titolo:

No Title (You should edit this question)

Testo:

i had the same problem too and i know what causes this. my ipod had been drench twice. at first it was still working until it ceased to respond( same as aditya's issue) BUT! it soon start working, then a month later it ceased to respond again for 3 days, then a week, a month. then came the second disaster, it ceased to respond(same issue) forever, its been 6 month and its still not working. thinking that my ipod may have corroded inside and already doomed i decided opened it and found very little corrosion, but its from the frame work not on the logic board. please help. what should i do? should i get a new click wheel? what if it still not work with a new click wheel?

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic

Stato:

open