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CHARGED IPOD CLASSIC WITH WRONG VOLTAGE CHARGER

Hi I am traveling out of the country, and I charged my ipod through my ipod's player, which i had connected with the Anerican charger 110 volts (the voltage here is 220) after couples of seconds the charged burned out, the amazing thing is that the player is ok, but my Ipod would not turned on at all.I tried connecting it with the USB, pressing all buttons and pluging it with the player and not luck it does not turn on at all, it is totally dead. Is there any hope that i can still save my ipod, i have used it for a few times only.

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Sorry mate i dont think so it can work replacin its hard drive and ic which eva got problems. but i prefer buyin new one instead of replacin hard disk etc

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