Question about Apple 160 GB iPod Classic (Silver) + Deluxe Accessory Kit (MB145LLA/K2)
In an adjoining pouch to where the ipod was, my water bottle leaked out...wasn't soaking but everything was really damp. the iPod looked as if it had a lot of moisture at the display screen. I don't know how long it was exposed to the dampness, and when I discovered it I tried drying it with a blowdryer and leaving it out in the open air for a couple of weeks hoping that it would dry out. After two solid weeks its still not powering up, even when I connect to the PC or pod dock.. Is there anything else that I can do to try fix this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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