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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 ,

Título:

Fixing an iPod Touch from water damage

Texto:

I found my son's iPod Touch in the washer machine after the machine had completed it's full cycle.....needless to say, it was submerged at least part of the time.
I dried it off as well as I could (wrapped it in a cloth towel and placed it over a low volume heating device for several hours). All evidence of moisture under the glass screen was then gone.
I then charged the unit for 12 hours and then tried to turn on the unit....to no avail.
Any chance I/you can fix this device...Apple does not address water damaged units as far as I know.
Thanks,
Art Duffy
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-(c) 508-733-6409
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-arthur.duffy@yahoo.com

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

6779

Editado por: mayer (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Fixing an iPod Touch from water damage

Texto:

I found my son's iPod Touch in the washer machine after the machine had completed it's full cycle.....needless to say, it was submerged at least part of the time.

I dried it off as well as I could (wrapped it in a cloth towel and placed it over a low volume heating device for several hours).  All evidence of moisture under the glass screen was then gone.

I then charged the unit for 12 hours and then tried to turn on the unit....to no avail.

Any chance I/you can fix this device...Apple does not address water damaged units as far as I know.

Thanks,

Art Duffy

(c) 508-733-6409

arthur.duffy@yahoo.com

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

+6779

Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Fixing an iPod Touch from water damage

Texto:

I found my son's iPod Touch in the washer machine after the machine had completed it's full cycle.....needless to say, it was submerged at least part of the time.

I dried it off as well as I could (wrapped it in a cloth towel and placed it over a low volume heating device for several hours).  All evidence of moisture under the glass screen was then gone.

I then charged the unit for 12 hours and then tried to turn on the unit....to no avail.

Any chance I/you can fix this device...Apple does not address water damaged units as far as I know.

Thanks,

Art Duffy

(c) 508-733-6409

arthur.duffy@yahoo.com

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

-6779

Editado por: mayer (detalles del voto) ,

Título:

Fixing an iPod Touch from water damage

Texto:

I found my son's iPod Touch in the washer machine after the machine had completed it's full cycle.....needless to say, it was submerged at least part of the time.
I dried it off as well as I could (wrapped it in a cloth towel and placed it over a low volume heating device for several hours). All evidence of moisture under the glass screen was then gone.
I then charged the unit for 12 hours and then tried to turn on the unit....to no avail.
Any chance I/you can fix this device...Apple does not address water damaged units as far as I know.
Thanks,
Art Duffy
+
(c) 508-733-6409
+
arthur.duffy@yahoo.com

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch

Estatus:

open

Respuesta Aceptada:

+6779

Editado por: bac ,

Título:

Fixing an iPod Touch from water damage

Texto:

I found my son's iPod Touch in the washer machine after the machine had completed it's full cycle.....needless to say, it was submerged at least part of the time.

I dried it off as well as I could (wrapped it in a cloth towel and placed it over a low volume heating device for several hours).  All evidence of moisture under the glass screen was then gone.

I then charged the unit for 12 hours and then tried to turn on the unit....to no avail.

Any chance I/you can fix this device...Apple does not address water damaged units as far as I know.

Thanks,

Art Duffy
(c) 508-733-6409
arthur.duffy@yahoo.com

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Art ,

Título:

Fixing an iPod Touch from water damage

Texto:

I found my son's iPod Touch in the washer machine after the machine had completed it's full cycle.....needless to say, it was submerged at least part of the time.

I dried it off as well as I could (wrapped it in a cloth towel and placed it over a low volume heating device for several hours).  All evidence of moisture under the glass screen was then gone.

I then charged the unit for 12 hours and then tried to turn on the unit....to no avail.

Any chance I/you can fix this device...Apple does not address water damaged units as far as I know.

Thanks,

Art Duffy
(c) 508-733-6409
arthur.duffy@yahoo.com

Dispositivo:

iPod Touch

Estatus:

open