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Re: Zune cracked screen.
Your LCD screen can be replaced without problems. There are third party Zune repair services, that will fix it for cheap. Even better, I found an DYI Zune repair guide, soyoucan do it yourself too, not that difficult. Part is availableon Ebay. If you can't do it yourself, have a tech savy friend do itfor you.
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Unfortunately, batteries have a shelf life. If the player sat for three years without being charged, the battery is probably bad. The chemical reactions inside the battery continue, even when it's not charged.
yes, it can be fixed. rapidrepair.com offers replacement screens for 89.99 and will even replace it themselves if you decide to send it in to them. at this point in time, you might be better off buying a new zune 30 (considering i got a brown one for my sister for about 60 off amazon over Christmas) or just saving up for an 80.
One last ditch effort: Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
And, yeah, as far as the international replacement - that is how all the manufacturers are - they are not willing to pay the cost to keep their customers. Also, they have no process in place for fulfilling such a request, even if they have offices in both countries (which most of them do). Sad, really.
Use Windows Media Player to transfer files rather than Windows Explorer - make sure the player can read WMV format - I do not have my spec sheet on me, but it is available on the Zune website. Finally, make sure the DRM license for the song/video is up-to-date.
If you mean the screen then yes... It's a common problem... The battery will flex the screen if it's overcharged and eventually crack the screen... Microsoft will **t replace it... Sorry... have ** answer to fix it. Just why it happens and that microsoft won't help you with it.
I turned on my Zune and the screen froze so I turned it off but it would not turn back on.
I went online and read somewhere that if the screen freezes then you should press up and back and wait for the zune insignia to come on. Well my zune was not just frozen it would not go on but I tried the up and back thing and it worked. it took about 9-13 seconds but it worked so give it a chance and if that doesn't work try charging it overnight. Hope that helps :D