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Broken screen i bought an ipod 30 gb and the screen was severely damaged. so much so that its half black/half white. i have warranty until september. if i go to the apple store will they be able to repair my ipod under warranty?

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Dont waste your time with apple. They will not replace cracked screens. You can get an affordable repair done at iPod Refresh.

video ipod screen repair
http://www.ipodrefresh.com

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

Dude, same thing happened to me. Its a physical damage so they won't repair even if u are under warranty. u'll have to bear da cost

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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Hey maddie13,

You should be able to have your iPod repaired under the factory warranty through your local Apple store, but please keep in mind that coverage for accidental and cosmetic damages may not be included. Typically problems such as cracked LCD screens, liquid spills and internal corrosion/oxidation may be viewed as accidental damage, but a final determination should always be made by a factory-authorized repair technician.

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Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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