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iPod - New iPod Nano Screen Problem. PLEASE help!

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Hello, I am new to the forum.

Yesterday I got a new iPod 4 GB for Christmas. It was working fine all day yesterday and last night. Today I go to turn it on and the screen is weird. On the right side of the screen the color is distorted, it kind of looks like an x-ray on a fourth of the screen. It's not a very big deal, but it is a brand new iPod and I was worried if I did something wrong.

I tried resetting it, and other troubleshooting techniques. It works fine, plays my movies, videos, and music just like it did yesterday, except that the movies and videos are a little wrecked because of the screen problem. Do I have to send it back to Apple? Or is there something I can do at home to fix it? Or does it not really matter?

Thanks for any help. Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.
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