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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itselfitself.
I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itselfitself.
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button and about an inch long, trimmed it round at one end and stuck it to the button. Tape extending past the button (i.e. not directly over the button) was covered with paper so the tape only sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, visit my website, and say thank you by buying my spinning top product:
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, visit my website, and say thank you by buying my spinning top product:
 
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编辑: Torin Walker ,

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button and about an inch long, trimmed it round at one end and stuck it to the button. Tape extending past the button (i.e. not directly over the button) was covered with paper so the tape only sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my websitewebsite, and say thank you by buying my product:
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my websitewebsite, and say thank you by buying my product:
 
http://www.spinny-doo.com

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编辑: Torin Walker ,

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the buttonbutton and about an inch long, trimmed it round at one end and stuck it to the button. Tape extending past the button (i.e. not directly over the buttonbutton) was covered with paper so the tape only sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the buttonbutton and about an inch long, trimmed it round at one end and stuck it to the button. Tape extending past the button (i.e. not directly over the buttonbutton) was covered with paper so the tape only sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my website and say thank you by buying my product:
 
http://www.spinny-doo.com

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编辑: Torin Walker ,

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button, trimmed it round at one end and stuck it to the button. Tape not directly over the button was covered with paper so the tape only sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button, trimmed it round at one end and stuck it to the button. Tape not directly over the button was covered with paper so the tape only sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my website and say thank you by buying my product:
 
http://www.spinny-doo.com

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself, but after working the button a little, it didn’t seem to help.itself
I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself, but after working the button a little, it didn’t seem to help.itself
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button, trimmed it round at one end and covered allstuck it to the tape (except for the area ofbutton. Tape not directly over the button was covered with paper, then adheredpaper so the exposed rounded tape areaonly sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button, trimmed it round at one end and covered allstuck it to the tape (except for the area ofbutton. Tape not directly over the button was covered with paper, then adheredpaper so the exposed rounded tape areaonly sticks to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my website and say thank you by buying my product:
 
http://www.spinny-doo.com

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编辑: Torin Walker ,

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself. Thatitself, but after working the button a little, it didn’t seem to help.
I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself. Thatitself, but after working the button a little, it didn’t seem to help.
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button, trimmed it round at one end and covered all the tape (except for the area of the button with paper, then adhered the exposed rounded tape area to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to the width of the button, trimmed it round at one end and covered all the tape (except for the area of the button with paper, then adhered the exposed rounded tape area to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my website and say thank you by buying my product:
 
http://www.spinny-doo.com

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编辑: Torin Walker ,

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself. That didn’t seem to help.
 
Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to width of the button, covered all tape (except for the area of the button with paper, then adhered the tape to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.
 
If you found this post useful, take the money you would have spent on fixing your iPod, and visit my website and say thank you by buying my product:
 
http://www.spinny-doo.com

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原帖由: Torin Walker ,

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I used a little alcohol on a q-tip and applied just enough to the edge of the button that capillary action took some of the liquid between the button and screen surface without dripping any into the iPod itself. That didn’t seem to help.

Next, I cut a strip of very sticky tape (book tape) to width of the button, covered all tape (except for the area of the button with paper, then adhered the tape to the button. With this long leader attached to the button, I held it in place with my thumb and ROTATED the tape (rotating the button along with it.) After a few turns, whatever dirt was holding the button in place was loosened and the button popped back out again. Now the button works perfectly.

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