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ipod touch 1g Screen issue


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ok first i bout this ipod on ebay knowing it was bad. The screen was white. I am a laptop tech so my first would be screen is not getting data but the backlight is powered. you could navigate in it and take a screen shot and it would show.
I changed the screen a while ago and gave up because there was no power at all. stupid me not waiting long enough for the battery to charge. just decided to play around with it. it does power on and connect to itunes fine, but the screen is black. if i was to take a snapshot it would be black. can't navigate as far as i know.
I have tried a restore but no luck what other ideas does everyone have. i am considering taking it into macmedics near me because the are the ones running ipodmedics.com.
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