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I just got my iPod last Saturday, and by mistake I had the earphones in my pocket, and they were put in the washing machine!!! Needless to say, they were damaged, with a severely twisted cord, and some slightly ripped white covering....Amazingly enough they still work, but have an tinny like sound....Any chance that Apple will replace them so I don't have to spend $40 on those in-ear earphones????? I know it's not at all their fault....but...they just may have ....come that way :eek:

...BTW I want ear-phones made by Apple, so its either the OEMs, or the in-ear earphones....


some help?
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ummm....hope you have $40, cause apple will probably just laugh at you if you ask them to replace them.....
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I know it's not at all their fault....but...they just may have ....come that way :eek:

some help?
That's truly a great one!
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haha...the chance of them replacing the earphones if you tell them that are slim and 0.

Stupidity is not a reason for replacement

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Don't get headphones made by Apple. TheyjustdontWork.
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ApplejustWorks

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Don't get headphones made by Apple. TheyjustdontWork.
You're sure? Absolutely all of them?? Wow, who knew :p
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Yeah, well, those Apple earbuds are actually not very good. Really. I don't know about their in-ear earphones, but I bought a pair of Sony Fontopia in-ear earphones for about $40 and they are a HUGE improvement over the earbuds. Just a suggestion...
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