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iPod 2nd gen hardware issue

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I got the white screen of death on this 8gb ipod that I have... Its a hardware problem, it got dropped and has never worked since. The ipod still works; i can opreate blindly. It also shows up on iTunes. Restoring, resetting, and rebooting the ipod hasn't worked, i didn't think it would. I got the ipod without a digitizer or screen, so i bought them off and replaced it. Im not sure if the screen is broken, or if the board is messed up...
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It is most likely the screen that is messed up if you did not replace the LCD. I not it is the board. You would be better off getting a new iPod.
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