Dropped my iPod on the cement!!!

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  1. Shredd3r

    Shredd3r New Member

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    Now my headphone jack has been pushed in a bit. I was wondering if there was any way i could go back to future shop and exchange it for a new one. I just got my touch 2 weeks ago btw. Any ideas?
  2. Rawd

    Rawd New Member

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    I think if you bought the extended service plan through Future Shop, you shouldn't have a problem getting a new one. If not, Apple probably will not replace it for you. Does it still work?
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    Shredd3r New Member

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    Everything works fine, its only two weeks old. I didn't get the extended warrenty though. Does future shop have some kind of 30 day return policy for electronics? I was also wondering, if I told them something like it won't connect to my computer, would they buy it??? LOL
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    I think they do, but not if you drop them. I'm sure that the extented warranty through Future Shop would have covered this though. I didn't buy it either. As long as the headphone jack still works, you are doing ok

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  5. jmaluso

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    Dude. You dropped it. It was your fault. The shop isn't going to return it. It wasn't a manufacturer defect. You broke it on accident. That is how it goes sometimes. Be more careful next time and buy a case for it.
  6. phroztbyt3

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    heres what u do. Do not bring in ur ipod, but just the receipt.. and because you have 30 days to purchase a service plan, buy it. Then have them send it in to service saying that you put your headphones in, and the headphone jack came loose. Try to clean whatever scuffs there are before attempting this. And if that does not work, then return the service plan, and start praying that you can return the ipod

    (btw I work at a service center, so this stuff is just way too common, if you take precautions, you can get away with many things legitly)
  7. Shredd3r

    Shredd3r New Member

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    True, but i would just go to the shop and tell them that it won't sync with my computer anymore. There isn't any way they could check it.
  8. Rawd

    Rawd New Member

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    um... They could plug it into a computer.
  9. jmaluso

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    And see that it was dropped...
  10. Shredd3r

    Shredd3r New Member

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    I could say it works everywhere but with my computer.

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