Hmmm really curious...

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  1. Mac_OS_X

    Mac_OS_X New Member

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    My iPod Touch 3G 32gb is only a month old but the back is really scratched up, and there are some scratches on the screen too (even though i take really good care of it) also i have a problem that my ipod isn't closed right. To explain this the sides of the iPod where it's supposed to be sealed ( The part where the chrome meets the actual screen) light from the screen comes out the openings and well. Would these things convince an Apple employee to replace my iPod? Kinda wanna start fresh.

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    Naveen121 Well-Known Member

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    I guess so... I mean, it wouldn't hurt to try. Just say that maybe the screen might not have been properly sealed to the back or something. That is probably the most effective thing to say, because the scratches aren't their fault. So just go to the apple store and ask. The worst thing they could say is "Hello no!"

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    Mac_OS_X New Member

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    Gah yes hmmm should i include anything like " Battery dies really fast during standby" or something?
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    Shawa Super Moderator

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    If it works fine, why would you lie? Just deal with the scratches.
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    Naveen121 Well-Known Member

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    No. It's probably not the best thing for you to lie to them. As Shåwa said, you can deal with the scratches, but what worries me is the screen not being completely attached to the back. That could cause some serious problems. And like I said, it wouldn't hurt to just ask.
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    Mac_OS_X New Member

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    Yes and i just read that many others who have this "light leak" got theirs replaced because it could become a major issue with the hardware although i wouldn't know how it would.
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    Those apple guys are really smart trust me. I took in my iPod before and they brought over the Macbook, hooked it up and it told them everything including how long its been since last charge something the iPhone currently only has.
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    Please post a follow-up on how the exchange went at the store (if you decide)
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    _JKK_ Super Moderator Staff Member

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    There's no need to lie. The light leak is reason enough. But regardless, you shouldn't lie.
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    Lie.!
    What Mac OS X said.
    That the battery dies to fast.
    It worked for me

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