Warranty question

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  1. Avaj

    Avaj New Member

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    My 3 year son submerge my iPod touch in water one day and it stop working, I say a few months ago. Well I read to wrap in a bag of rice, so I did, let it sit in the rice for a few weeks. It came back on and was working fine for months. Then one day it got over heated and I think it burned out. It is dead now and doesn't work.

    Can I still apply my warranty to it? TIA
  2. Axis

    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    When wet, an indicator inside the headphone jack turns a pinkish color. (Normally, it is white.) If you try to get a replacement, I'm sure they will see that it has been submerged. That's not to say that you can't give it a try or get creative.

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