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How to fix the troubled monitor?

The LCD doesn't have any display even if theres power? Why? How to solve this problem?

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  • Pik380 Apr 18, 2008

    Yes but mine is a little bit diferent sombodey sat on my ipod and the lcd screem appears to be broken from the inside on the outside there is no crack but on the inside there is and i can hear the songos it wolrks perfectly except for the screen but i dont know how to open it can u help me i woul really apreciate it.

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The cable that connects the LCD to the system board of the iPod could have come disconnected. You may try to open the unit and clip it back in there.

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