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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: Cassandra
One of my friends who knows a lot about technology told me that the worst thing that you can do to your iPod is break the LCD because it was absolutely horrible to fix and he said that you would have to get a new one. That was what happened to me, and I panicked!!!!! I decided just to look around online to see if maybe there were other choices. I'm glad I did because I found you guys and you changed out the LCD on my iPod and it was a much lower cost than I thought and it was a very quick service. This was something that was so helpful to me, especially because I didn't have the money to buy a whole new iPod and the screen was broken. !!!!

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iPod Photo Repair Stories

Being a flight attendant is not the glamorous job it's often made out to be. Sure I get to travel a lot and have seen places I could never have dreamed of visiting any other way. But the hours are tough, constantly changing time zones play havoc with your body and usually when you reach your destination all you want to do is sleep till your next flight.It's the night flights that can be particularly tough. After the passengers have eaten and watch a movie, they usually go to sleep and there's nothing to do. But flight attendants can't sleep on duty. And watching movies or listening to the plane's music system is a no-no. So most of us pull out our iPods and settle down with them till it's time to serve breakfast. Once I did nod off with my iPod on my lap when a passenger buzzed me. Feeling guilty I jumped up to see what she wanted. I forgot about my iPod and it fell to the floor and before I knew what had happened, the other flight attendant who was sitting next to me stepped on it while also getting up. After attending to the passenger I came back and tried the iPod but of course after being stepped on it wouldn't work. I felt lousy at the idea of spending on a new one - I was saving up at that time to buy a new TV for my apartment and this would screw up my budget. That's when one of the other flight attendants saw me with my broken iPod and told me that she had broken hers some time ago, but had been told about iPod repair companies and had been able to get hers fixed. As soon as I got to my hotel I got hold of a computer and searched online for iPod repair agencies. And guess what? I found quite a few. Before leaving the next morning I sent the iPod off to one of them. A short time later when I returned from one of my trips my roommate told me that my iPod had come back. I open the box and there it was, looking and sounding as good as new. My roommate had paid for the iPod repair since I hadn't been there when the payment had to be made. I asked her how much I owed her and the amount was small - much less than I expected. My TV budget was not screwed up as I feared it would be.
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