First, check to make sure the volume is up. Also check the volume limit and make sure it is set high enough. If it is and you still can not hear it, you might need the headphone jack repaired at a shop.
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You may reset or restore your iPod for a try, this can fix many general iPod problems. Or you may take a look at this iPod FAQ, it's informative. http://www.mac-dvd.com/ipod-tips-and-ipod-faq.html If it doesn't work, you can contact Apple technical support for help.
check to see if your ipod is under warranty, if so take it to an apple store.
i were you i would manually reset your ipod and immediately after you
see the apple logo smack hard on its side on a sofa or padded carpet.
If you do it right you will hear the hard drive make a weird noise and
then make a clicking sound and your ipod should work
nothing to loose, the most apple will do for you is offer you a 10%
discount off any new ipod (no matter how damaged the ipod)
The iPod Classic OS is same as the Nano. However, it looks to be so close as to come with the same settings checks off. The code to run the FM tuner is on the Classic and should have been disabled but Apple must have forgotten to turn it off.