iPod Nano 6th generation Replacement LCD doesn't work
My wife's nano (6th gen) appeared to stop working. The screen would not turn on. I thought it was the battery but it actually would still play music. I could start, stop and skip using the headphones. I realized it must be the LCD. I opened the ipod up and immediately saw there was an obvious issue. I attached the picture. In the lower left hand corner there appeared to be a corrosion build up and a possible short. I assume this was from sweat finding it's was in there.
I detached the LCD which also has some build up on it. I took a nyon brush and cleaned the corner of the ipod and logic board. Doesn't look like anything even happened there. But after I attached the new LCD I am still not getting any activity on the screen.
Any ideas? Alcohol bath for the logic board or do you think the element that powers the LCD is fried?
Is this a good question?