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1833 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jul 1, 2008 5:30 PM by amwwesty
Apple Care extends the length of the original warranty but doesn't really change the terms. Sorry, but liquid damage isn't covered. If you're getting tired of replacing them, you're going to have to take some steps to take more care of them. For example, when going into a dangerous environment such as a sandy beach, either be really prudent and don't take a $300, fragile piece of electronics or, at least, put it in a zip lock bag or DrySac.
Best of luck.MacBook Core 2 Duo, Mac OS X (10.5.3), Current iPods: 60 gig black iPod w/video, 3 Gen Nano 4 gig, 16 gig Touch
If it as you said....a splash of water and your ipod was off, there is a very good chance that it can be revived. First, are you sure you let it dry thoroughly? It would take a couple days sitting in a warm dry place. If it still doesn't turn on, chances are that a repair place could bring it back to life. I've revived a couple ipods that went through a complete wash cycle.