Fastmac today expanded it’s popular “Just Say No To Crack” iPod rehab program featuring same day LCD replacements for Video iPods and Nanos to now include 4th Generation (Click Wheel) iPods. The program offers repair and replacement of scratched or cracked iPod LCD screens, either as a Do It Yourself (DIY) kit with tools & instructional videos or via a same day mail order service provided by Fastmac directly. Fastmac uses only Apple original parts to guarantee quality as well as fit and compatibility. Fastmac’s iPod LCD rehab program is available now for the iPod 5th Generation with Video, iPod Nano, and iPod 4th Generation (Click Wheel) with special introductory pricing that starts at US$29.95. Each screen carries a 1 year warranty and a 30 day money back guarantee.
Fastmac’s LCD rehab program replaces the iPod’s original display with a 100% matching Apple original part & includes all necessary tools and instructions required to open the iPod. 24-hour installation services are also available for an additional $39.95. Using a box in the mail service provided by DHL, Fastmac will pick up the customer’s iPod, install the LCD screen and provide a thorough checkup & light cleaning before shipping back to the customer, all within 24 hours. During the rehab process, Fastmac will diagnose any other problems that the iPod may be experiencing, and offer a free estimate for repair or upgrade, including battery & hard drive upgrades, or logic board repairs.
Fastmac’s LCD rehab program can also be combined with a TruePower battery upgrade to obtain an almost new iPod. Fastmac’s TruePower battery upgrades replace the iPod’s original internal battery with a larger capacity and longer lasting advanced power cell battery. The upgrades offer 20-78% more capacity than the original OEM battery and up to 7.5 times as many charge cycles.
Fastmac’s LCD rehab program is available for the iPod 5th Generation with Video (2005 model), iPod Nano (2005 model), and iPod 4th Generation (Click Wheel).
More information about the “Just Say No to Crack” LCD rehab program is available via the following product page: http://www.fastmac.com/lcdscreen.php