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iPOD REPAIR
QuickSteps

About the Authors
Brandon Jones is the founder of iKaput.com, one of the fastest growing iPod repair companies in the United States. His newest business venture is Sync (synctogo.com), which promises to make life with the iPod easier. Sync’s Web presence and physical locationsoffer many different services for iPod users, including repair, exchange, and accessories. Marc Campbell is a technology author, graphic designer, and instructor. His popular books on computer topics have appeared around the world in eight languages.

About the Technical Editor
Guy Hart-Davis is the author of How to Do Everything with Your iPod and iTunes, Fourth Edition and CNETDo-It-Yourself iPod Projects (both published by McGraw-Hill).

iPOD REPAIR
QuickSteps

BRANDON JONES MARC CAMPBELL

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