LCD for Apple 1st Gen iPod nano<!--BASE:N1LCD=45.00-->

The LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is the screen that you see when you turn your device on. When in need of repair, it can display all white, all black, dead pixels, or discolorations from bleeding liquid.

Replacing the LCD in this iPod takes expertise, and we have the talent in house to quickly remove your old, damaged LCD and replace it with a brand new one. The new LCD that we install is tested out and returned back to you, usually on the next business day. So if you have an iPod that works great, but the display is damaged in some way, add this item to your cart and let us do the rest.

We offer a variety of same-day shipping options from us to you, perfect for any level of urgency.

If you suspect your device has water or liquid damage, we suggest setting up an order for our repair evaluation for liquid-exposed devices as it is possible that this part alone will not solve the problems that you are having.



Are you a competing repair shop in over your head with this repair? Don't panic - we assist other repair sites, and we can assist you, too.

To see all of our outbound shipping methods (shipping options from us to you) view our Shipping Methods page. If you wish to learn more about our inbound shipping options (how you can get your device to us so that we can work with it), please view our Guidance for Safe Shipping page.

Limited-Time Offer! Enter FREESHIP in the coupon code field at checkout for FREE USPS First Class Mail shipping or apply this offer towards any other shipping method that you prefer!! Applies to the leg of shipping from us to you.

Want to send your device to us for this repair? Great! Learn more about the simple repair process here.

If sending in your device, please be aware that the amount of time it takes for us to address each device varies, but we strive for quick turnaround times in all cases. Our best estimate for your turnaround time will be included in the email you will receive when your device arrives in our facility to help set your expectations accordingly.

 

Customer Reviews


Author: Michael
I was having so many problems with the LCD of my nano, and I was more than frustrated. If you look up there at that little picture on the website, that is exactly how mine looked - all jacked up. It was a horrible mess! I was thinking that maybe I could see if a friend of mine knew how to replace the LCD, but it ended up looking like it would damage the device rather than fix it. I didn't have the money to get a whole new iPod altogether, which is why it was so helpful to find you guys. Thank you so much for taking the time to walk me through the repair process so that I could get the LCD fixed!


Author: John G
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First Generation iPod nano LCD Repair Stories

I always liked the song The Farmer in the Dell when I was a child and now I know why: I wanted to be a farmer. I live outside a small town in Nebraska and I have a small farm that has a few cattle and a corn crop. I enjoy planting my organic corn and I sell it at local markets. I spend a lot of time out in the field where it is quiet and where no one will bother me. A few years ago one of my nephews bought me an iPod because he said it would be a lot of fun when I was out in the field. Now he is only a teenager so I humored him, but I really didn't think this was going to help me in my corn field. Since I have been using it I have learned to download music at the local library. I don't have a computer because I think they are a waste of time and money and I have use of it any time I want at the library. The first song that I downloaded was...you guessed it: The Farmer in the Dell. It is a song that has been shared with all of my grandkids as they were born. One day, last week I was driving my combine harvesting my corn. I guess I wasn't paying attention to what I was doing because before I knew it my iPod was missing. I looked around in the seat of the combine and it wasn't there. I retraced my steps and it wasn't there either. All I could think is that it was between the corn on the truck or in the corn bin inside the barn.I was in a panic because my nephew would be upset if he didn't see me with it so I looked and looked to find it. I finally did locate it but not before it was smashed at one end. I wondered if I would have to get a new one or if I could find an iPod repair company to fix it. I went to the library to find some information on iPod repair service and found a place to help online. I am skeptical about such things but I talked to someone at one of the companies and sent my iPod off. I was very surprised at the fact that my iPod repair happened so quickly.
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