So, about 8-9 monts ago I gave my grandmother my old iPod touch 3G 32gb. Well, she has adored it and loved it every day she's had it and has too much fun playing angry birds and reading books on it. She's really caught on to it and her and one of her older friends play farkle on it all the time! Well, yesterday, being 73 she left it in her enormous flower garden on a table. (it's all taken care of by her my sister and myself, she's not rich) My sister and I have both done this before also, no big deal. I went down to fetch it and find it covered in water. On this occasion she was watering by the table and had turned on the sprinkler as she left. I went to turn the power completely off but the touch screen wouldn't respond. The buttons still worked but not the touch sensitivity. The screen then fuzzed out and that was the last we saw from it. I told her to put in a bowl of rice to try to get the water absorbed but several hours later it still diddnt work. R.I.P iPod.... Or so we thought. Well, this morning I went down there and decided to plug it in and what do you know, it turned on! The LCD was clearly water damaged with big splotches. The touch still diddnt work but it booted up to lock screen. Well, I've decided I am going to try replacing the LCD. I opened it up today and it dosent look that hard, I already have the LCD out and a new one ordered. also the battery has never been the greatest (it was two years old when I gave it to her) so I decided that I'd pop a new one in there while I was at it. I accidentally broke a couple clips from the front glass So I am replacing it as well. I actually found a listing from a big seller for a LCD, front glass and battery with tools for only $26. I'm going on vacation next wednsday and wouldn't be able to get it till I got back with the standard shipping so she wanted it 1 day express shipped. Another $20. She loves her iPod. The crazy thing is, she's had a nook but diddnt like it and took it back. So, what are my chances, will it live? She has been Really hard on herself for it and I really want this to work again so she dosent have to spend $250-$300 for a new one . Any tips? Advice for fixing a water damaged iPod?