This discussion is archived
6358 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Dec 30, 2005 1:23 AM by kalikka
Currently Being ModeratedNov 29, 2005 1:41 PM (in response to maryrosegeorge)Ya, it seem to be very small... i thought i was the only one that so stupid to forgot his iPod in my pants then "wash" it ahah !
Its fine now... its only the sub that rush a bitPC, Windows XP Pro
Currently Being ModeratedDec 4, 2005 4:18 PM (in response to maryrosegeorge)I accidently put mine through the wash too. It still works, but unfortunately, I'm having problems with my battery now. It will charge and play fine. But if I turn it off, the battery drains. Is anyone else having this problem? And is there a way to fix it, or is it just a lost cause?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 7, 2005 12:17 AM (in response to maryrosegeorge)i was washed my shuffle too and i didnt get ridd of easily
My ipod was working properly but its battery wasnt charging
I take it to a local apple service and i told the battery isnt recharging( did not even talk about the washing process;)) and after 15 days service had called me and said "your ipod is replaced with new one, please come and take it". When i hear this i thought i will pay money for it because of out of warranty but when i went to take new ipod, it was in warranty range and i took my new ipod without any fee and plus with a big smile in my face lol
you should try this yeah i know it is a kind of cheat but works
Currently Being ModeratedDec 29, 2005 7:07 AM (in response to Alper Onen)
it was in
warranty range and i took my new ipod without any fee
and plus with a big smile in my face lol
you should try this yeah i know it is a kind of cheat
I'm praying this works for me. I had my Ipod Nano for less than 24hrs as a suprise Christmas present this year. I couldn't believe the next surprise would be 1 minute in the washing machine. I snagged the ipod out before the machine even filled up with water - and the ipod was at the top of the wash - it wasn't even fully submerged. Nonetheless, it is a brick now.
Talk about a device that is "too good to be true". But I was in heaven for a little less than a day. I was totally in love with it. Now it just sits there mocking me in its obsidian silence. boo hoo!ipod nano, Windows 2000
Currently Being ModeratedDec 30, 2005 1:23 AM (in response to Alper Onen)I'm really tempted to try this (despite the extremely bad karma). But I know that with some cellphones, there is a sticker on the inside, that changes colour with water damage, so I'm wondering if there is something similar inside the shuffle. I just don't want to send it in and then get stuck with a bill for over $100 because it's not covered under warranty.