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If your player will not power on at all buy was working when you left something is wrong with your battery for my experience. The player is not hard to take apart and if you can get a replacement battery its easy to change. Hope this helps
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Yeah, of course it is possible, but the only thing is that you've got to be very careful. Usually on mp3 players, the back is usually where the battery is. So I suggest you use something like a flat screw driver to gently open the clips.
You will need to very carefully open the casing of your Ipod. It is relatively easy to do, but unless you are mechanically pretty handy, I would not attempt this delicate battery replacement yourself (... just ask a friend!).
Buy a suitable 'replacement battery kit' for ipod A1136 that should also come with the necessary case opening tool and detailed instruction from sources like Amazon or Ebay or your local Electronic component shop (There is a huge price variation for the kits! Also watch for the Current ratings - higher is better)
Batteries can only take a finite number of charges and they degrade over time. A 1st gen IPOD is at least 5-6 years old. The battery is probably bad. You can buy a replacement battery from Sonnet Technologies (www.sonnettech.com). It comes with installation instructions and is really easy to replace.
Reset Update Firmware Double-check with Sony Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware. Wizard. If fails, then the player is officially dead
my nwa 3000 has done the same,in the same situation. I'd advise taking it in to your nearest sony store, to see if they have any suggestions. I'm going to my nearest sony store on thursday, to see if anyone can be of any help.I've only just had mine for 1 year