Model A1059 or A1099 / 20, 40, or 60 GB hard drive / touch sensitive click wheel

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Where can I get my old iPod 4g click wheel fixed?

My very old iPod no longer powers up at all when plugged in to a socket or computer or a dock. I suspect the batteries have died. Also the click wheel no longer 'Clicks'. Only one side of the wheel clicks and so (when it was working) sets of random commands. Is there a place in London,UK where I can get this fixed without losing all my hrs and hrs of music that I painstakingly put on there in REAL TIME in 2005???

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vicki matich, the very first priority will be to protect your music. Luckily this version iPod has a hard drive. Use [http://this guide] to remove the hard drive. Then purchase a cheap adapter like this one and transfer all of your music to your computer. I use copypod for all those transfers, but there are plenty of other good programs out there. Once you have your hard drive out, you can focus your attention on the iPod itself. I would replace the clickwheel as well as the battery and see if that makes a difference. Worst case scenario would be either a bad dock connector (soldered to the logic board) or a bad logicboard.Don't give up on this iPod, the sound quality of those is great.

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