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No sound from ear phones or docking jack

When you say it is a logic board prblem does that mean throw it away and buy a new one or is it cheap enough to fix it.
will ipod fix it or fix it for a price if so i wonder how much
any idea ???

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  • superman16 Dec 01, 2008

    i got it last year for Christmas it has been in a big rubber protector and has not a scratch. who do i call what is the number etc.

    thank you thank you thank you

    man i hope this works that thing was not cheap and it has 152 of the best songs in the universe that cost me to put on there too

    thanks

    dave

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If the ipod has a probelm thats not phyisical damaged done by you and its still has one year warrenty hasnt exspired then they will refuned you with a new ipod.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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    matthew chaffee Dec 02, 2008

    You go to apple website there you set up a online appointment and then you go the time that you scedule and they will look at it for free the number is on the back to tell if its has the warrenty

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