check out the code numbers in the back of your ipod.call information and ask for apple computer number.remember the year you broth it and the name it was under.and store name.register on line.hope you did.or by enter net from the store computer.your code numbers should shut the ipod off if it was stolen.but you have to let apple computer company know about it.and it may help you get your ipod fix.if you lost the re site.if you call apple computer company on the phone.good luck.with your name and code numbers and store name.and tell them you paid and extra fee for 3 years.if they give you any trouble ask for a manager right a way.before your time runs out.for your computer.some times apple employee can be rude on the phone.and give you little help.
by kung fu - a day ago
ugh that bites. the service plan you bought requires you to call the 800 number on the warranty brochure. if you call that number they will direct you on what to do. unfortunately you cant just bring it back in to sams because of policy they have on returns for electronics. call the number. there is a good possibility they will replace it. sams should be able to look up at least the receipt number.
by jezbnme - a day ago
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