Things That I Hate

People Who “Fix” iPods

My iPod Touch had a cracked screen, and it cost $100 to fix. When I got it back, I noticed that the home button had to be pressed especially hard to get it to work and that a thin ray of light was shining through one of the sides of the screen. I went back to the guy who “fixed” it, and he said he couldn’t duplicate the problem; it had nothing to do with him. I told him it worked absolutely perfectly before he fixed the screen. He came up with some dumb excuses, and they were all obviously really untrue. Ever since, I’ve been able to ignore the whole light problem since it’s so unproblematic. The home button, however, has gotten worse and worse. Now, I have to use the back of a pen to push it down with all my strength. Not even my dad can push it down with his fingers. It just angers me that I paid $100 on a botch-job, and now my iPod barely works. Fantastic job, “professional repairman”!


  1. The same thing happened to my DS.

    • by Lillz
    • 23 June 2011, 6:40 PM

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