An iPod Touch Going in the Wash...

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  1. SHININGSTEEL

    SHININGSTEEL Banned

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    My friend claims to have washed his iPod Touch in the washer and dryer in the back pocket of his jeans. It still looks brand new and it works just as well. I'm so surprised. The only thing that is screwed is the internal speaker and that's it. How is this possible? :O
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    ZombieKiller Banned

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    Check the submersion indicator thing in the headphone jack...

    If its still white... punch him in the gut.
  3. SHININGSTEEL

    SHININGSTEEL Banned

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    I'll check the next time I come over.
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    You just made my day.
  5. tee6m

    tee6m New Member

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    you must of had a boring day
    2 people like this.
  6. Steaps

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    Good call, check your rep for that post

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    iTouch532 Well-Known Member

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    Well it is possible if the iPod is not turned on while its wet.

    Circuit boards are washed in a dishwasher prior to being installed.

    Therefore If you wet an iPod then Dry it. This should only take about 30 mins or more

    so 10 minutes in water

    30 minutes in dryer..

    Nothing gets Oxidated

    After everything is over, iPod should work (in theory)

    But the iPod is pretty much 90% Air tight, so, water can only get through the dock connector, top button, and home button. the Screen is kind of hard, and so is the casing, because the water particles stop before they get inside, due to it being almost air tight.
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    Wanna try?
  10. hardy

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    yea u r rii ..n thr iz ntg to b surprized as per da other guys said... ..

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