For Apple iPod Video 5 - Replacement LCD Screen - OEM

Apple iPod Video 5th generation replacement LCD screen panel
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Apple iPod Video 5th generation replacement LCD screen panel

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Part: Apple iPod Video 5G LCD screen

Manufacturer: OEM

Condition: New

This product comes with our Replacebase Unlimited Lifetime Warranty (Terms apply)

Compatibility: Apple iPod Video 5G

Package:Apple iPod Video 5G LCD

What is an LCD?
The LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) displays the image on your phone using the same technology as most flat screen TVss. LCD units are generally very fragile and susceptible to damage.

Common faults / issues with LCDs include:

  • Screen looking washed out, very dull colours and less clarity then usual
  • Dead pixels - When a pixel on the LCD no longer works, usually visible on a white background it will be a tiny black square
  • Stuck Pixel - When a pixel is stuck on a colour, usually visible on any background and will generally be stuck on white, green, blue or red.
  • No backlight - When the back light on the LCD fails the picture can be very hard to see.
  • Lines on the LCD - these can be a verity of coloured lines displaying horizontally or vertically
  • Damaged LCD, generally damaged LCDs can be bruised, cracked or "bleeding" when a black liquid is visible over the picture
  • In modern touch screen devices digitizers are fitted over the LCD and respond to touch, these are separate to the LCD, replacing the LCD wont cure issues with the touch panel.
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PartLCD Panels
Compatible BrandApple
Compatible ModelsiPod Video (5th generation)
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