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Ipod won't turn on

Have charged the ipod up all day unable to get it to turn on recently dropped

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  • lawson_a_d Dec 09, 2008

    I tried this still doesn't work. I can't even get the screen to come on. I have tried charging the battery with computer and also by electric outlet. Nothing.

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No i was saying to check the battery by voltage tester u have tried by charging with pc or electric supply but may be its circuit broke down u can check it after u have tried the battery by tester and further i wud suggest u the right solution thanks

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U HAVE DROPPED IT NOW MAY BE ITS BATTERY IS DEAD OR I WUD SUGGEST U 2 CHECK THE CIRCUIT CONNECTION AND THEN TRY 2 RESTART IT

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