Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 2.5k without hdd

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jeffrain123

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This was bought from akhurana last month....just over a year old...superb performance....
problem is that my nephew dropped it and now it wont read.....i get the red cross signal......so that means hdd repair is needed.....
Instead I've decided to sell it ....

Clickwheel has a tiny dent but works fine.....no scratches on front plate.....backplate as usual......
Screenguard applied......right side edge not sticky.......no scratches on screen..
LCD in pristine condition......superb clarity.......

Original box available.......earphones sold to a TE member......
Price - 2.5k
Shipping at actuals.....

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m-jeri

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Re: Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 5k

and u want 5k ??...

All the best for your sale then.
 

kiran1103

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Re: Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 4.5k

Why dont u get it replaced as it may be under warranty?

EDIT : Ooops Sorry did nt notice its more than a year.
 

jeffrain123

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Re: Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 4.5k

Anyone know a good place where i can get this fixed with no cosmetic damages if no one's interested? There are no places here in trivandrum......reddington refuses to do it here......
 

torque

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Re: Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 3k without hdd

3k for an ipod without HDD.... you must ke kidding right?
 

m-jeri

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Re: Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 3k without hdd

^^

seriously mate. Think abt it for a second. a year old 30GB ipod will only get upto 5k if its int hat good of a condition. it has gone for lower. and u selling a "ipod case" now..so...its better u rethink ur approach.

ignore if unnecessary.
 

viridian

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Re: Apple Ipod Classic 80GB 6G Black for 3k without hdd

If you have patience and a free weekend, you can get a spare HDD from dealextreme and replace it yourself. I did this for my ancient 20GB iPod (around 5 yrs old), it works quite well now! No soldering etc required. I think the spare HDD cost me around 400-500 bucks, yours might be slightly more expensive.
 
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