Question about Apple iPod touch
Thi is a typical problem for whihc many devices are not protected. Since the sweat contains a lot of salt, build up of the traces within the device can end up with shorting connections,looping circuits in the device rresulting in erratic behaviour. First off if you can carefully open the device do so with caution not to damage.delicate parts, then use a dry cloth to sponge off any watery fluids. if this is not seen/ visible use a hair dryer to warm up wihtout over heating for about 5-10 minutes. repeat this three times allowoing time in between, use a cleaner only if your careful not to damage the plastics specially petrol. Wipe dry before you reassemble. Hope this trick work out well. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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