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IPod's memory card (i.c) damaged.

Dear, i bought a iPod from Malesya. but soon when I used its memory card damaged and set has dead. Is any remedy? can I get the memory card (i.c No.1025) from elsewhere? I am in India, Kerala. what is its price? I am a school student waiting your reply.

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You can go to kochi and there might be an apple store there
Accel Icim Frontline Ltd
"1st Floor, The Stars"
Veekshanam Road
Cochin/Kochi 682018

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