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Ipod gen 5.5 battery

I cannot get my ipod 5.5 to charge. The screen syas low battery, then switches to the white apple for a minute or so then goes back to low battery. does it need a new battery?

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Hey,
The batteries in the iPods are only meant to last for 18months.
After this period there is a good chance that your battery will start to lose it charge and eventually not charge at all. You very may well need to replace the battery in it if it is over 18 months old.
Hope this helps and good luck!
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