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Old Feb 6, 2007, 05:07 AM   #1
tektonnic
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Is this iPod a lost cause?

Hi,

My friend has a first gen nano, and he accidently left it in the washing machine. Since leaving it to dry and plugging it into my mac we have put music on it and this seems to play fine, the screen still lights up appropriatly but it has no details on it, no menu system etc.

is there anyway of salvaging this iPod? of it it doomed to become a shuffle?
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