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I've had a nano since a few days after release, and I think I may be screwed now! I pulled my ipod out of my pocket toady, and to my surprise, it's screen was REALLY screwed up. It's been 30 days since my purchase so I cant return it to the Apple Store, and I'm not sure Apple would give me a replacement. I have not abused it at all, I have the reciept and original packaging minus the headphones that I lost. Anyone know how I should handle this?
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Define "REALLY screwed up".

If the display is garbled or distorted, and the LCD is unreadable, then that should be covered by warranty and you can have it replaced/repaired.

If it is just scratched, then you will want to get something like IceCream (I think that is what it is called, just google it) to take out the scratches. Those would not be covered by warranty.

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