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Washing Machine.......... iPod went through washer....i'm trying to replace the battery. do you think that will do it?

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THIS ONE WORKED FOR US !!!!!!!! My son ran his I-pod nano through the washing machine. We found it at the end of the cycle. The i-pod wouldn't do anything. We took it and used a hair blowdryer holding it while blowing hot air "at" it. Than I placed it standing up on the counter with paper towels under it for a day. After 3 days, we both thought it was DOA. But I tried one last thing. I plugged it into the computer and opened i-tunes. I clicked to restore it to factory settings and it started charging. I than click on to reload all his songs and in a few minutes it was up and running. If fact I am listening to it as I enter this entry. 

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