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My ipod seems to be frozen. It turns on, charges, but the wheel does not move. What can I do?

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There is a cable inside the IPod itself, that connects the wheel to the internals of the device.

It could have become dislodged or have deteriorated.

I would very highly reccomend not taking it apart and attempting to fix it yourself.

Take it to something like best buy or another electronics dealer and they might be able to fix it for you, since they have the correct tools.

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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