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The selector isn't working

I recently replaced the screen in my second generation ipod nano and it was pausing on its own about every miniute or so. well now the center circle (selector) won't work at all. how do i fix this??

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I've uploaded a iPod repair book to one of my servers. It will take a will to download to your PC because it's 13MB but should help you out. The address is

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