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Phone repair shops can replace the screen. But it will cost. Knowing Apple is lowering the price for the new iPod Touch, I think you should try to fine out what a repair will cost and then decide to a repair or buy a new one.
You also could visit ifixit.com, because they show how to repair yourself. They also know what a new screen will cost and sell tools and spare parts if you need so.
No Panasonic charges an arm and leg for this repair(usually referred to as power draw circuit repair). So I suggest you steer clear of this sale.You can get a new cam if you add +30$ to the repair cost(including shipping)
Repair may the only solution.
The new power supply is only slightly different though.. If you don't want to spent the $100 to repair this, you could get the new supply and carve a notch in the top part of the square power input.. Looking at the new power supply, the top is a bit taller and arched but the same specs..
But the new power supply is still expensive. (I think $60+) So for an additional $40 ($100 total) you can get a new supply retrofitted on to the old input. It's worth it- you get a new 1 year warranty, and they put the new Apple dock connector on there (USB charge pin) as well as the power supply, so you can use current iPods as well as old. (Your SD currently won't support- iPhone 3G, iPod Touch 2ng gen, or iPod Nano 4th gen.. it will after a repair)
hello and yes it is a problem ipod's are'nt designed to be repaired because there so cheap for apple to make so with a cracked screen you have no option but to buy a new ipod sorry .even for the price that a 120 gig ipod cost thay just dont make them repairable.
Hey Christina90, Depending on what has been damaged, it may not prove economical to seek repairs on your iPod Nano. Problems such as defective headphone jacks and broken scroll wheels are easily addressed through Apple, but more extensive problems such as broken LCD screens or other physical damages may be more expensive to repair than it is to purchase a replacement MP3 player. If you're still curious about the repair costs, I would strongly suggest contacting Apple's support hotline for more information. Best Buy™ stores are not able to provide repairs on iPod Nanos at this time, and speaking with the manufacturer directly should provide you with the most detailed information regarding your repair options. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
While some LCD screens can be replaced, it is important to keep in mind that repairs may not necessarily be the most cost-efficient option available. With some products, the cost to replace the screen may actually exceed the cost of the product itself.
If you are still within the original manufacturer's warranty, I would strongly suggest first contacting Apple directly for assistance - Apple may be able to provide you with technical support and a number of repair options. Otherwise, you may always contact an Apple-authorized repair facility (such as a local Best Buy™ store) for further assistance. Either of these parties should be able to provide you with both a detailed diagnostic, as well as repair estimates if necessary.
If the headphone jack of your iPod is no longer functioning, it can sometimes be repaired or replaced. The cost to repair or replace the headphone jack does vary depending on the iPod model, and if the product is still covered by the manufacturer's warranty or some kind of third-party coverage (such as the Best Buy Performance Service Plan, or PSP).
If you are unsure what kind of coverage your iPod currently has, I would first suggest contacting Apple directly for technical support or speaking with a Geek Squad® agent at your local Best Buy™ store for further assistance. Either of these parties should be able to provide you with a detailed diagnostic, as well as an estimate for repairs if you no longer have any kind of warranty or service plan coverage on the unit.