The iPod Classic (A1238) LCD screen is one of the easiest parts to damage. Common problems include a broken or cracked LCD screen after an impact (such as being dropped). Lines on the display. Black circles can appear when too much pressure has been applied to the panel and a bleed has occurred. A damaged LCD cable can often result in a white screen but the iPod functioning otherwise as normal. Sometimes dead or stuck pixels can also appear on the display over the lifetime of the device.
We stock two different types of display, Standard and 7th gen. All capacities of the iPod Classic (80GB, 120GB, 160GB 6th/7th) can use the standard LCD. Only the 7th generation 160GB (not the 6th 160GB) can use the “7th gen” screen.
LCD Installation Service
If you have a damaged or faulty LCD screen, send your iPod to us and our repair service can fix your issue with the installation of a new replacement part, we charge £15 for installation, this includes return postage and 6 month warranty, contact us for more information.