Model A1136 / 30, 60, or 80 GB hard drive / black or white plastic front

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it died and hasn't charged since.

it was playing allday and i came home, put it on the charger. when i tried turning it on again it was dead. im scared to open it and have tried finding a friend who knows iPods but no luck so here i am please say it is an easy fix and is fixable if not can i exchange it for a discount on a new one or something?

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recycling sound good - but in my opinion thats not right

giving it back would help you only a little bit - but maybe there is someone out there in ebayland who is searching for a good lcd or something like that - those people must buy there because they cant afford a new one and on the other side you normally get more than the 10% - and could help someone directly

think about it ;-)

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If you bring it to Apple, they give you a 10% discount on your next iPod, even if its dead... I'm not too sure if they'll take it if you opened it up however.

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