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Version actuelle par : oldturkey03 ,

Titre:

Yet another wet iPod touch

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My 2nd gen went through the wash. Amazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem I now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms?

Additional detail: at first, the pod would run for a little while unplugged, now it shuts off immediately after being unplugged, even if the battery indicator reads full. also, sometimes the pod will go through a few aborted reboots when i plug in (many flashes of the apple over and over).

Will a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?

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iPod Touch 2nd Generation
iPod Touch 2nd Generation

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Modifié par : Taylor Arnicar ,

Titre:

yetYet another wet iPod touch
yetYet another wet iPod touch

Texte:

My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazinglyAmazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem iI now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms?
My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazinglyAmazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem iI now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms?
 
Additional detail: at first, the pod would run for a little while unplugged, now it shuts off immediately after being unplugged, even if the battery indicator reads full. also, sometimes the pod will go through a few aborted reboots when i plug in (many flashes of the apple over and over).
 
willWill a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?
willWill a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?

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iPod touchTouch
iPod touchTouch

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33104

Modifié par : Taylor Arnicar (détails du vote) ,

Titre:

yet another wet iPod touch

Texte:

My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem i now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms?
My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem i now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms?
 
Additional detail: at first, the pod would run for a little while unplugged, now it shuts off immediately after being unplugged, even if the battery indicator reads full. also, sometimes the pod will go through a few aborted reboots when i plug in (many flashes of the apple over and over).
 
will a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?

Appareil:

iPod touch

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

33104

Modifié par : bac ,

Titre:

yet another wet iPod touch
yet another wet iPod touch

Texte:

My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem i now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms? 

Additional detail: at first, the pod would run for a little while unplugged, now it shuts off immediately after being unplugged, even if the battery indicator reads full. also, sometimes the pod will go through a few aborted reboots when i plug in (many flashes of the apple over and over).

will a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?

Appareil:

iPod Touchtouch
iPod Touchtouch

Statut:

open

Modifié par : bac ,

Titre:

yet another wet touch

Texte:

My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem i now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms? 

Additional detail: at first, the pod would run for a little while unplugged, now it shuts off immediately after being unplugged, even if the battery indicator reads full. also, sometimes the pod will go through a few aborted reboots when i plug in (many flashes of the apple over and over).

will a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?

Appareil:

iPod Touch

Statut:

open

Contribution d'origine par : nIL ,

Titre:

yet another wet touch

Texte:

My 2nd gen went through the wash. amazingly, a week in rice and it powered up. The problem i now have is that the touch exhibits erratic battery level and when it goes to sleep, the clock/date resets back to 1969. My first thought is bad battery, but a second opinion is welcome. I opened up the pod and there is a tiny bit of corrosion on some of the screw heads but nowhere else that i can find. Will a bad logic board (charging circuit?) present similar symptoms? 

Additional detail: at first, the pod would run for a little while unplugged, now it shuts off immediately after being unplugged, even if the battery indicator reads full. also, sometimes the pod will go through a few aborted reboots when i plug in (many flashes of the apple over and over).

will a new battery get me there, or does this look like more extensive damage?

Appareil:

iPod Touch

Statut:

open