iPod Classic 6th Generation Hard Drive Repair or Upgrade
Does your iPod Classic 6th or 7th Generation have a broken hard drive... or have you run out of space and you want a larger capacity hard drive?
There are many reasons that can cause your iPod Classic to have a broken hard drive: excessive heat, freezing temperatures, or heavy impact. Replacing your hard drive requires the tradesman tools needed and experience that our certified technicians are qualified in.
If your iPod hard drive is making a clicking sound, then you most likely need a new hard drive. Hard drives are the only part inside of your device that requires motor movements and if it's broken, it will create a clicking type sound. You can hear the clicking sound from the back end of the device when it's held close to your ear.
The RepairZoom experts are some of the most experienced technicians you can find anywhere to diagnose and repair your iPod. We will evaluate your iPod Classic for problems where your iPod is not working, including your iPod battery, logic board, LCD screen, damage caused by droppes, and water damage. If your iPod won't sync with iTunes, we'll test that too. If there is a way to repair your iPod, RepairZoom will find it.
We provide FREE SHIPPING (both ways) included in the price of this repair. Your customized UPS shipping label will be available to print when you check-out of the online store. The fastest way to get this iPod hard drive repair started is to add this item to your cart, OR call us toll free right now at 877-274-5964 to set up the order by phone.
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