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IPod Nano will not shutdown

My wife and I recently purchased a small JBL stereo docking station for our IPod Nano. Once the Nano is connected, a remote control can be used for basic functions including turning on, volume adjustment, and shutting down the Nano. Problem: the IPod will not shut down manually when it is either docked or undocked, even after resetting system settings. This problem began after nearly 2 months of use. It will shut down with the remote control when docked.

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  • Anonymous Nov 02, 2007

    Nano will not shut off no matter what I try.

  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2008

    I have a different docking station, but the same issue

  • BearMar Aug 04, 2008

    my husband recently added podcast to my ipod---now it wont shut down--nor can you hear any sound---what can i do??

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No go the my iPod is still on (it reboots ok) but i can't power it off

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My daughter's got the gift, same problem. Thanks you for the tips.
It works.

Joyce

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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Turn hold button on and off, then press the menu and centre key at the same time to reset it. T

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