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Versión actual por: Aaron Cooke ,

Título:

How to remove residue from the front panel?

Texto:

I just got an iPod Classic off my dad after coercing him to move all his 4,000+ songs onto his iPhone because he never used this iPod anymore. I successfully installed the [https://www.rockbox.org|Rockbox] firmware onto the iPod (new guide on it’s way!) too, not that it matters.

After all of that nonsense, I then noticed the abrasions and the grime that was on the front panel and was wondering how to get it off safely.

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What should I use to clean this residue off that is safe to use with electronics?  I don’t feel like experimenting with concoctions on this nice iPod… thought that I would seek professional advice.

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

526081

Editado por: Aaron Cooke ,

Título:

How to remove residue from metal frontthe front panel?
How to remove residue from metal frontthe front panel?

Texto:

I just got an iPod Classic off my dad after coercing him to move all his 4,000+ songs onto his iPhone because he never used this iPod anymore. I successfully installed the [https://www.rockbox.org|Rockbox] firmware onto the iPod (new guide on it’s way!) too, not that it matters.

After all of that nonsense, I then noticed the abrasions and the grime that was on the front panel and was wondering how to get it off safely.

[image|1578655]

What should I use to clean this residue off that is safe to use with electronics?  I don’t feel like experimenting with concoctions on this nice iPod… thought that I would seek professional advice.

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Aaron Cooke ,

Título:

How to remove residue from metal front?

Texto:

I just got an iPod Classic off my dad after coercing him to move all his 4,000+ songs onto his iPhone because he never used this iPod anymore. I successfully installed the [https://www.rockbox.org|Rockbox] firmware onto the iPod (new guide on it’s way!) too, not that it matters.

After all of that nonsense, I then noticed the abrasions and the grime that was on the front panel and was wondering how to get it off safely.

[image|1578655]

What should I use to clean this residue off that is safe to use with electronics?  I don’t feel like experimenting with concoctions on this nice iPod… thought that I would seek professional advice.

Dispositivo:

iPod Classic

Estatus:

open