Underlying LCD for<br>Apple 4th Gen iPod nano<!--BASE:N4LCD=65.00-->

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 underlying 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.

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: Lauren
I used your service to repair the iPod my boyfriend own because he had damaged the LCD. I decided that it would be a nice gift for his birthday to try to send it out as a surprise, because he just had it laying around in his room since he couldn't use it since it was all broken. I was really happy with the fact that this was much cheaper than I thought that it would be, especially since I had tried to shop for a new nano in the first place. It's amazing how expensive an iPod can be and how easy they are to break. This was a wonderful service that let me give my boyfriend a really great gift and he was surprised to find his iPod working great!


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Fourth Generation iPod nano LCD Repair Stories

Being a bartender is a great job- there's always something new happing to keep you interested. The bar I work in is at the airport which means its open 24 hours a day. We run the bar in teams of 3, each team doing a full 24 hour shift before the next team comes on duty. This may sound a bit odd, but that's the way we all like it - since the airport is far from where we all live, it's easier to do the commute, and then get home and relax (and maybe do a little moonlighting) before going back after a long break. But 24 hours on the go does get a bit tough - you'd be surprised at the odd times people come to an airport bar looking for a drink. My team had worked out a system, during the non rush hours, we would, by turns, take a couple of hours off and try and grab some shut eye. The problem was that the only place to do it was a small room near the outer wall of the terminal where the sound of the planes kept disturbing you. The solution we found was to carry our iPods with us to the room and listen to soft soothing music until we were ready to drop off. It worked fine. Until the day when there was a lot of delays because of bad weather and the bar was really packed. I had placed my iPod on the shelf under the counter and was busy serving drinks to the delayed passengers when one of them, at the far end of the bar, knocked over his beer which, before I could get there, flowed off the counter and onto the shelf where my iPod was lying. By the time I reached it the iPod had been given a nice beer bath and despite all my efforts to clean it, would not work. The customer was very apologetic. He asked me to try to get it repaired, which I didn't know was possible. He told me to get online and search for iPod repair companies, which I did when I got home. I found a few and sent my iPod off to one. The iPod repair was done really quickly, and it was returned to me in perfect working condition at a cost much less than buying a new one. Since bartenders don't make too much money - that was an important consideration. I told all my friends about iPod repair companies and a few have used them - always with great results.
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