LCD for Apple 2nd Gen iPod nano<!--BASE:N2LCD=59.00-->

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.

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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: Meg
I have been putting up with the LCD on my nano being messed up for a really long time. Finally, I found your website! This is a really cool and helpful service because it totally cleared up the screen of my nano. Until this time, I had just been guessing about what song I was picking, so it was in essence the same as having an iPod shuffle. I paid a lot to get my nano when was brand-new, so I wanted to make sure that it stayed in the best condition. This was a very special service that I would recommend to all of my friends because it was so much faster than I expected. I really thought that I would be without my nano for weeks, but I got it back right away.

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Second Generation iPod nano LCD Repair Stories

My job is a lot of fun. No, not because I get to play video games all day, that can become boring after a time. It's fun because I can't sing, dance, paint or write, but I need some way to express myself. Creating video games gives me that outlet. I am a freelancer. When a company wants a new video game created, they set of a team to work on it and they call on people like me to work be part of the team. I like working this way because I don't have to work with the same people all the time and I can choose which projects I work on and which I don't want to touch because they don't appeal to me. I work online on my system in my apartment 3 days a week and then spend the other 2 at the game company's office working with the rest of the team. Even us computer and gaming geeks, need to have real interactions with people sometimes. The problem I faced with working from the company office is that at home I have my music playing all day as I work. But when you're sitting in a big room with a lot of other guys, all working away on their computers, you can't do that. Not everyone likes my kind of music and I may not like theirs. That's when I started using an iPod. I take it with me and when we finish our discussions and get back to our computers, I put the ear buds in place and have my music filled work environment. That worked fine until the day a clown working with me came over to talk about a problem with the game we were working on. I turned off my iPod and kept in on my table. That's when he spilled the soda he was carrying on it. I knew it was damaged, and I was right. Luckily this had happened to me before and I knew what to do. I searched online and found an iPod repair company that I had used before. I sent the iPod off to them and just like last time, the iPod repair was done and it was returned to me as good as new in a very short time. And for much less than buying a new one would have cost me. Us gaming geeks know far more than we get credit for - how and where to get iPod repair done is just one example.
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