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My ipod has been wet and my screen is messing up, it has these grey lines on the screen and i dont know where to ship it to get it fixed. i need to know where i can get it fixed.

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When I turn on my ipod nano i get horizontal lines across the screen. What is going on?


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Well that grey ring was water and im not completly familiar with touches but like most electronics that get wet you have to let them dry and this is usually a long process so u can let it dry and not have it for a couple monthes or if its still under warranty get a new one 
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