02-23-2009 02:16 PM
02-23-2009 07:50 PM
LOL you say that as if the older ones were simple to open.
But yes to agree with BBYM, for the average consumer, it is basically impossible to successfully change it yourself.
02-24-2009 10:45 AM
02-24-2009 05:24 PM
02-25-2009 03:53 PM
As strange as this may seem, about a year ago my 15 year old washed her iPod in our front loader. It was totally dead, and you could see a water mark on the screen. She kept it because it was engrave, and of course, she was devastated, and I bought her a new one. Two weeks ago she lost her new one, and dug out her old, waterlogged one. Suprise...it worked fine! The screen is not viewable but she is able to listen to music. I don't know how it started working again, but it really surprised me!
Just thought I would share!
Best Buy® Corporate
02-25-2009 10:04 PM
Some* electronics recover from water as long as the power source is immediately removed. I've had a couple cell phones endure water damage and come out fine if I removed the battery. A trick I did learn was to put the phone in a sock, ball it up, and put it in the dryer with a load of launder on "Air Fluff". It worked about 50/50.
*Note : Some does not mean I'm saying it'll work for yours if you're reading this. I'm just saying it's worth a shot.