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hakeem5454

Old 20GB Ipod

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I have warranty from Futureshop, and the person working there told me that if there was anything wrong with my ipod and they couldnt fix it, they would replace it with a 30GB video...yeah so the question is, whats an easy way to mess it up so they cant fix it haha

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Smash it with a hammer. Not sure if that's covered by warranty though :lol:

Edited by nitroshift
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Take the charger cord and overamp the darn thingy!

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drop it repeatedly while on and playing. but in such a way as to leave ne evidence on the iPod.

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how do i overamp it?

and what does overamping it do basically?

and lets say they dont fix it and perhaps dont give me an ipod, is there a way to fix it?

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do this....which i have done anyways........play a song..........as you do......and.......then.....throw it...accros the room at full pelt...i mean giv it everything you got...........chances are.....hard drive will tap out.....so it wont switch on and if it does...it wont play music....;)

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they wont replace physical damage, i dont want to physically break it which throw it across the room may do. I just want to internally mess it up so they cant do anything about it.

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poor water init then

loooool

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as far i remember when i brought my ipod from dixons, they said any type of damage they would replace it, so the broken screen i recieved after throwing mine was enough for them to replace it, you could attempt to find like a mod for ipod then while it is doing it...pull the cable out to mess it up i guess

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ive already broken the screen on it once and they said they wouldnt replace it, so i fixed it myself, but now that i know they will give me a new 30GB video i want to try and ruin this one ASAP. What kind of mod are u talking about?

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search on google....you can mod ipod....like put stuff on there whicih you can sync outlook and other stuff......hae a search

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but if they find out i was trying to mod it, they probably wont replace

their warranty is very picky. if u want to know what im talking about try searching for

future shop psp coverage

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thanks alot!

those are good ideas

im going to go try those

thanks again.

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ok so the ipodwizard trick doesnt work because the new itunes doesnt use the old updaters anymore

and i dont have a big enough magent

what does sticking an ipod into the microwave do?

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erm probz fries the chips or something..........its either that...or the radio waves mess it up....im not sure.....try it...lool...then report back

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if i do stick it in the microwave nothing will melt or anything will it? haha

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well 10 seconds............not enough time to melt anything...unless you have a 800 watt+ microwwave

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