Question about Apple iPod MA446LL/A MP3 Player
Does anyone know if the Ipods has a fuse?
MY BATTERY WOULD'NT CHARGE SO I REVERSED THE POLARITY WITH A 12 VOLT USB CABLE ( BARED OF COURSE) AND RECONNECTED THE BATTERY THIS WAS FOR ONLY A FEW SECONDS, THIS FIXS THE PROBLEM
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
They don't have a fuse the logic board has probably fried itself fairly common problem try ukipodrepairs.co.uk for help
Posted on Oct 09, 2006
I'm not 100% sure it has a fuse but it could have a protection diode, a fusible link or fusible resistor. Failing those it could be a burnt track on the printed circuit board. Then again you could've fried the whole shebang.
Posted on Jul 13, 2006
well start with the obvious, head-phones! if the problem is the same with a multitude of headphones, it could be the sound card or the headphone jack. maybe you got some sort of liquid or water in the jack? if that's the case you would have to send it in to apple, but call first and they will help you out.
(something you could try, but im not so sure, you can adjust the volume, treble and bass levels on each song through itunes but i forgot how to do it at the moment. play around with it.)
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
try code 0000...or search the ipod users guide appropriate for your ipod model on the internet... it will tell you some tips like restarting or setting it to default without formatting it...
Posted on May 03, 2010
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