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where can I get my iPod repaired?

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Re: where can I get my iPod repaired?

Postby clickety_clack » 10 Apr 2012, 18:51

upandover wrote:the major apple repair store in Taipei is located in the "NOVA" building beside Q Square mall (Taipei main station)
my laptop broke and I made the mistake of bringing it to one of the apple retail stores, they just sent it to some local guy, and 2 days after I got it back it broke again. go with the official repair depo if you need work done

Thank you! They fixed my old ipod for free!
The Apple Service Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Nova building (which is really close to south 3 exit of Taipei train station)
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