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IPod Video 30 G display problem

I have a strange rainbow/irredescent blackish discoloration on my display. It has a v-shaped line through it, almost like it is cracked. When I move the iPod around, to look at it at a different angle, the discoloration also moves. It also comes and goes. HELP! Thanks!

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Sounds like you need a new screen, go to an apple shop and if it is still under warranty you may get it fixed for free. It sounds like it might be cracked. call Apple about this and get their advice, if it is more than two years old without warranty, I would get a new one

Apple Contact Information Main support number 1-800-275-2273

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Mar 26, 2008

    If it broke from normal use, maybe carrying it in your pocket with pressure, then it should be covered under warranty if the warranty is still valid, otherwise if you broke it on your own, then it won't be covered most likely but you can still try if you have the warranty

    let me know how this works out for you

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