Ipon the ipods case up. then Put the ipod in a zip lock bag full of
uncooked raw white rice. seal the bag and leave it in there for 2 days.
rice absorbs water. it should dry it up.
dont try to plug the ipod in or it will fry the circut and you will destroy it.
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if u get electronics wet like phones and ipods take it completely apart. Blow in it why u r running to get the blowdryer,blow-dry it till u don't c any more water then blow dry it some more.Then put it in a bag of rice.leave it there for a day or 2. make sure u get the speakers and microphones especially.
As with all electronic devices that get wet, do not panic.
Bury your iPod into a container of rice and leave it for about a day. Rice will soak out all the moisture there is. The next day your iPod should function.
If it still doesnt, then go to the the Apple Store. If you bought the device and it hasn't been one year yet, you may be able to get a free replacement on the spot.
sorry to say most of the time when people get electronics wet the first mistake they make is trying to turn it on when it still has water or whatever in it and they fry the circuit's inside, so unfortunately looks like yours might be dead, next time anything like that gets wet dry it off for a few days in a bowl or rice and remove the battery if possible and only after your 100% sure its 100% dry then try and turn it back on, sorry there's a slim chance you can crack it open and replace the battery and it might work but its a slim possibility
As a mom who did the exact same thing to her 14 year olds Ipod, I can totally empathize. However the only solution I came up with was to purchase a new Ipod. My daughter still has her original one due to sentimental value, it was engraved. It still has not ever worked again and this happened in March.
Try going to repair your iPod at apple. I don't think they will accept it because it is a old version. You can try. Or maybe your iPod hated you and wanted to die at the next day the warranty expires. (little joke there haha ^_^)
sorry, but you're probably screwed. Once wet, the connections inside start to corrode and then it's junk. Sell it on E-Bay as broken/part/repair. Be honest and let people know that it got wet. The case and a few parts may still be usable.
Then take the money you get and buy a used working one off e-bay. you can usually get nanos in good used condition for $80 to $100