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Just wondering, my wife ran my daughters Ipod through the wash, will it come back. I know it probably wont, just wondering if anyone else had this happen.

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UGGGH!........Which model? If it's a hard drive model like an I-Pod video the chances are slim a Nano may have a little better chance either way your going to want to let it dry for along time before trying it.

Good Luck...

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dont feel too bad, my Ipod is on the bottom of Lake bemidji!

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I set it out to dry in front of the gas fireplace for the day and gave it a try when I got home and Whaa-laa, it worked saved me another needless $250. It was a Nano, and found out it didn't go through a full wash cycle. So if you need to wash your Nano just run it through a partial cycle, otherwise your risking damage. wink.gif

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wow congratulations!! you're lucky!

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Your right, lucky in more ways than one. Moms a little tighter with the coin than me, if you remember the saying "if momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy". Its a fact.

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