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Ipod model a1137

Hello well when i connect die ipod he charge **** do not connect..Do you now what it is.
model a1137 ......
When I connect to the computer I can play anything...without nothing(battery is discharged)...let it charge the whole night...in the morning? Same thing: "dead battery" I tune does not recognize it either...I have don't a "million" reset...doesn't work either...last alternative is to replace the battery, I think.

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Sounds like the battery needs to be replaced.  Apple.com can get you one.
There's a few places on E-Bay you can purchase one as the instructions on how to remove the case.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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