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    Ipod Nano Flaw
    Hello People.

    Here is my problem. Just few days ago my Ipod Nano (First edtition bought a week after it came out) disaplay got cracked. No idea why. No sign of outsode trama exsept the usual scracys. Send my local apple serves an email about it and all i got was this Ipods warrenty has expired (Apple Store In Iceland. Looked for any info on Apple.com to send my info to but could not find any. And the ipod is bought in USA). What I was wondering was .. Apple has offically admitted to this flaw?? Shouldnīt it be covered though the warrenty is out? I canīt control when this flaw appears on my ipod ?? :/ What should I do? How can I connect at Apple in USA for help?

    :bone: :bomb:

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    Contacting Apple Support and Service

    http://www.apple.com/support/contact/

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    tried that but I cant find just a simple way to contact them just by email... theres just endless loops there...

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    THis is a known problem with a lot of the 1st gen ipod nano's
    unless you took out a 3 year warrenty apple are not obligated to fix it and i believe they will advise you to buy a refurbished ipod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakingT View Post
    tried that but I cant find just a simple way to contact them just by email... theres just endless loops there...
    can you call them? 1800-my-apple

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    well I could try but it will cost me fortune... so I might just buy a new one :/:/ but theres no way to just send them email about it :p

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    You could sell your old one on Ebay as is and use the proceeds to go towards your new one. There's quite a market for broken iPods- people want them for the parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karudzo View Post
    You could sell your old one on Ebay as is and use the proceeds to go towards your new one. There's quite a market for broken iPods- people want them for the parts.
    I dont understand the market for broken products... is it there hobbey to fix items like this?
    I guess if you can mend it you make quite a mint :bone:

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    Quite a profitable hobby and in some cases a business. Not too difficult to fix, very profitable.

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