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Its leaking black fluids under the screen

One day, on the bus to from school, there was a black dot in the corner of my screen. so i pushed it and it grew bigger. now there is this huge black thing covering up half the screen. how do i make this black thing go away? thanks.

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A simple ipod lcd screen replacement is all you need. I would try:


ipod lcd screen repair

http://www.ipodrecharge.com
http://www.ipodrefresh.com

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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Your lcd screen is broken. when you pushed it the rest of the screen started to break up, the area that is black is broken, I supose this could be fixed somehow but I imagine it would be very difficult if not impossible at home.

Basicly you need to replace your screen.
if you have warranty you can contact apple for support but since apple considers broken screens abuse they might not fix it, so you might have to buy one from ebay for examble or take it to a local professional who could do the job.

how to change ipod screen
http://www.ipodhowtovideo.com/video/videolcdreplacement.html

I also found this site
http://www.rapidrepair.com/shop/screen-ipod-repair.html

or you can buy a screen from ebay
http://search.ebay.co.uk/search/search.dll?from=R40&_trksid=m37&satitle=ipod+screen

Posted on Apr 07, 2008

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