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Apple I-POD A1136 / 30 G

When Plugged in to charge, the unit gets exteemly hot and will not Power up. Blank Screen

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It sounds like you have an error in your logic board with allows the hard drive to heat up but not actually do anything. If you know how to tinker with these you can get a logic board for it but it can be a little expensive. It's only a little more to get a used one that works. If you don't want to fix it, sell it on ebay/craigslist and put the money towards a new ipod. Sorry, they are designed to break. Apple doesn't advertise they are only supposed to last around four years.

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