It happened when our house windows were being washed and water sprayed thru onto the screen. I wiped the screen dry and the next day small black bubbles appeared in the coerners and edges of flat screen. Can you assist please.
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You say it's new? Interestingly you also characterize the defect at "bubbles" that disappear when pressed down on, then slowly reappear.
Call me crazy, but that sounds like the perfect description of a screen with the protective film still adhered to the surface. They look like bubbles, because they are air bubbles, forming between the film and the surface of the screen.
Am I right? I gotta know! Thanks in advance for posting back to let me know either way. :)
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<p>IPod ear buds can get grungy from regular use and should be
cleaned and disinfected frequently. If your iPod headphones with others, there
is potential for the transmission of germs and infections. Be sure to
immediately disinfect your earplugs if someone uses them. <br />
<p>Soap and water clean <br />
<p>1. Disconnect the headphones from the iPod. <br />
<p>2. Mix a mild soap with warm water. Dampen lint-free cotton
with soap and water mixture. Wipe the earphones with a damp cloth. Do not get
water into the holes. <br />
<p>3. Enter the cloth under warm running water. Rinse to remove
all soap. Twist the cloth to dry. Wipe the earphones to eliminate soap residue.
<p>4. Rub a clean, dry cloth over the headphones to dry them. <br />
<p>Disinfection with hydrogen peroxide <br />
<p>1. Buy a solution of hydrogen peroxide 3% or disinfectant
wipes. This product is available in pharmacies and supermarkets. <br />
<p>2. Dampen a clean lint-free cloth to clean the peroxide and
the headphones. <br />
<p>3. Wipes clean with a pre-designed for cleaning hearing aids
if you do not feel comfortable using a solution of hydrogen peroxide. These
scarves are not guaranteed damage plastic, silicone or rubber. <br />
<p>4. Carefully wipe the headphones with a clean, lint-free. <br />
ok so thats what exactly what happened to me same i pod ... everything except for the circles what u need to do is bring it to the apple store and tell them what happened and the light might have eather burned out, the water got into it and shorted out, or it got disconnected when it was bouncing arround in the washer and/or dryer. so they should be able to fix it and get out the spots from cleaning it when they take it appart. I Hope this helped!
remove screws, pull apart, let air dry or try drying with hair dryer. don't recommend pulling screen apart. There is several layers of the screen. It is hard to remember what order the screen layers go. But still take apart for better drying.
Any device that gets wet may be ruined easily. It is very important that water doesn't touch the battery. unscrew the back and open it up, remove the battery and wipe it down. Prop it up in front of a hair dryer that is on cool setting (DO NOT USE HOT SETTING) for an hour or so and then put it together and try again. I've done this with mp3 players and cell phones after dropping them in puddles, showers, my washing machine, and even a tub of teriyaki sauce once and as long as the battery is completely dry and the back is completely dry when you put it back together you will be alright. You can also put the device in the freezer for a while and that should condense the water and help dry it out a bit.
I have a friend who wzs told at verizon to put her daughters cell phone that had been washed into a ziplock bag with dry instant rice for 24 -36 hours and the moisture will be drawn out and the phone would be fine and it woked for that I bet it would for the ipod too
I had the same problem. What happened is i left mine in my car while i was working. This was not the first time either and when i got out of work in the late afternoon i noticed my sansa's wheel was incredibly hard to turn. I went home and searched for solutions and found your very same problem. I went downstairs and found that my dad had a pressurized can of Super Lubricant. 1 small, quick shot directly onto the wheel top and button got the spray lubricant on there good and i just wiped the excess lubricant into the wheel seams. Immediately start turning the wheel in either direction (try to switch back and forth) and it'll start to spin freely. The Heat of an enclosure like your purse or my car in the sun dries out lubricants just like the lube sansa applies in their factories to these products so just try this and tell me how it worked for ya if you still have it.
My daughter's Zune went through the washing machine and dryer in May 2008. I checked the internet & it looked pretty bleak. I couId see water inside the screen area & it would not turn on at all. I decided to just leave it sitting on the counter for awhile instead of just throwing it away. Three weeks later I tried to turn it on & got a low battery display. We plugged it in, charged it and it has been working ever since (it is now August 2008).
Take it apart and let it dry, thats about all you can do
I dropped my mp3 into water and I just let it dry before tryiing to turn it on, I let it sit out all day in the hot sun. To my surpise it still works today.