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Screen cover i was wondering how you remove your screen cover and if it voids the warranty, if you can help please leave a comment

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Re: screen cover

If you mean the fromt of the mp3 player, then yes, you can, but you will need the right tools, and yes it does void the warranty of your mp3 player.

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You live for your iPod.
It's what you listen to in the car, as you walk into work or during your classes, and you plug it into speakers for music in your home.
But you just dropped it into a puddle or into a pool or down the toilet.
Now, you're wondering if you can save your iPod

Get the iPod out of the water and dry it off so there's no standing water on it.
Turn it off. Turning it on while there's water inside it will fry the insides.

Place it in a warm, dry place.
Give it a few days off before turning it back on.
Turn it over occasionally to prevent water from pooling.
Some experts recommend blow-drying it for a few minutes every couple of hours with the blow-dryer set on low.
Try putting the iPod in a bag of rice for a few days.
The rice absorbs the water inside the iPod.
See if your warranty covers your iPod. Usually warranties don't cover water immersion, but if your iPod still doesn't work, it doesn't do any harm to check before you buy a new one.

Many people find that at one time or another, an electronic device becomes wet.
Whether it's because of a spilled glass, a rain puddle or pool water, water does serious damage to devices such as touch screen phones and tablets.
Water damage also voids many product warranties.
Use these techniques to minimize or eliminate the damage done by water.
If you learn such tips and act swiftly, you may be able to save your touch screen from serious damage.
Turn off the device immediately.
This vital step prevents the electronics from shorting because of the water, as it cuts off the electricity to the important parts of the component's interior.
The longer the device is left on after exposure to water, the greater the chance of water ruining the circuit systems inside the device, which cannot be recovered.

Remove the battery and any other removable parts.
The object here is to create as many venues for the water to leave the device.
Sometimes this may mean just the battery, which is often sufficient.
If the touch screen device has a flip feature, open it as much as possible.

Dry the outside of the device completely.
Use a paper towel or cloth to pat down the device with care, so as not to increase the amount of water entering the innards of the touch screen.
This prevents water from entering through seams or crevices in the device susceptible to water seepage.

Place the device in a bowl of rice or silica gel packets.
Cover it completely in the rice or silica, both of which are highly effective at absorbing excess moisture.
Leave the device completely submerged in the bowl for at least 72 hours for maximum absorption.

Remove the device and replace the battery.
Once you have left the device for as long as possible in the bowl, it's important to test out the device again.
Attempt to turn on the device.
If it does not power up, it is likely broken beyond simple repair.

Jul 07, 2013 | Apple iPod touch

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How can i remove the cover of my mp3 player ? cause i want to fix and soldered the socket for earphone cause its been damage.

i dont think u should remove the cover and do any repairs on your mp3 player you might void the warranty

Apr 04, 2011 | Philips SA1928 MP3 Player

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My 8 gb Zune's screen cracked how can i fix it?

It’s not easy to do, with the glass screen, but it can happen.
You can now get your cracked screen replaced by Microsoft. Previously, there was no avenue for doing this outside of do-it-yourself, void-your-warranty projects.
The price is $79.99 which includes shipping, both ways. This service covers replacement of the glass screen, the LCD display, or both.
Contact Microsoft support (877-GET-ZUNE) if you’re in need. It’s available for current Zune models; if you own an original 30GB you’ll have to go the DIY route.

Mar 01, 2010 | Microsoft ZUNE JS8BRPBDLUG MP3 Player

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The ipod classic screen got crushed behind a car powered seat. It sort of works, but the screen is really messed up. Any ideas?

Go to Ebay and buy a screen for a 6th gen ipod classic/video. Verify this with the seller

it must be for a 6th gen it has a different connection than the 5.5 gen
it's a wider ribbon

to install it go to YouTube and get a video:

The take apart of this unit is going to be similar but be very careful and work slowly.
Remember when you open the case your warranty is void
The decision the fix your own ipod is your and you assume the risk for damage to your own ipod.
I am not responsible for any mistakes or damage you do to your ipod.

If this helps you please leave a vote in fixya

May 17, 2009 | Apple iPod classic MP3 Player

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White screen

Hi, Try resetting it first, take off the cover and completely remove your battery. Wait for like a minute or so, then put the cover back and battery. Power it up and it should be okay again. If this model has an actual button labeled RESET I would push it also(I don't believe these have them). I would think the battery is good since it is pretty new.

May 13, 2009 | Apple iPod touch

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The LCD screen inside the casing is broken

If you got it broken you should call the people who hold the warranty for the media player. If it was done by dropping it or anything else check your warranty to make sure it is still covered and see if they can replace it because if you try to fix it yourself they won't take it back and fix it for you for sure because you took it apart. They will claim you "voided" the warranty

Oct 29, 2008 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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They will probably consider it a void of the warranty, but it is definitely worth a shot. I work for another large consumer electronics manufacturer, and if the customer does not admit to dropping it, and just says that it spontaneously broke, I will replace it for them. It's all in the wording. never admit you did it, just say it spontaneously cracked.

Jun 09, 2008 | iRiver X20 MP3 Player

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Cracked screen on creative zen

The part is available on ebay and there is a free repair guide for creative zens. I know only one third party place that repairs creative zen players. If you just want to get the music out you can stick the hard drive on an iPod video logic board (they are compatible) and use a utilty like sharepod to extract the music.

May 25, 2008 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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My sansa e250 wont turn on.

i suggest to call sandisk support for this one. And how did you recieve the cracked screen? Because if it physically damage then it would void the warranty of the player. Their number is 1-866-7263475

Jun 22, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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