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IPod Video 30 GB - Pink vertical lines on display

Hello

My Daughter has a 30 gb video iPod that was working great with no problem at all. All of a sudden she went to use it and the screen is filled with Light to dark pink vertical lines (a thin bluish line hortizontally across the top).

I have tried resetting and restoring through iTunes. Nothing helps. Is there anything I can do here????

Thanks so much

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  • wetzel716 Sep 07, 2008

    Thanks for the reply...not sure what you mean??? Are you saying to reformat it???? How do you do that?? I did a restore on iTunes and that didnt help

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Are you formatted or reprogram it.

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