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  1. ipoddking356

    ipoddking356 New Member

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    Oky so i had water running and my ipod fell under that...when i got it out and dryed it off my screen and everything was fine so i put my head phones in and it didnt reconize em so u let it dry out in front of fan so now that works but now my battery meter is not working right and not reading what shud i do

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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Try to restore in iTunes.
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    never have your ipod close to water.

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    &&. do what axis said "restore in iTunes".
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    Oh god.
    You should never turn it on. If it goes underwater turn it off if it isnt and then Put it in rice for a week at min. 2 weeks sounds good. turn it on and see if it works.
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    Rice?

    And why should restoring in iTunes work? If water somehow dripped inside the iPod casing, it's a hardware problem and it won't be fixed no matter how many times you restore. If you have AppleCare, take it back to the store where you purchased it and explain the situation; they're usually very helpful there. If not, then ... you may be screwed.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Rice does a reasonably good job of extracting water from the device.

    There is no reason not to restore. I never made a guarantee. I just said to try it.
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    ipoddking356 New Member

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    after i got it out the ipod tought it was charging when it was not plugged in so i couldnt cut it off so i just plugged it in and is hoping for the best

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    what i always do is that i keep it in the boiler room for 3 days to totally dry out
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    ipoddking356 New Member

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    i was gonna blow dry it woulds that help
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    Would probably be too hot!

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