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I had this problem too. You're going to have to restore it with iTunes.
Plug your iPod into your computer and sync it with iTunes.
Go to the "Summary" tab and choose restore.
Let iTunes do its thing and try it on you dock again.
If that doesn't work then I would suggest taking it on and off of the docking station until it works. I know this sounds really primitive but this is what I ended up doing and now it works fine.
One last thing, if you recently upgraded your iPod's firmware then that might be what is messing you up. Sometimes docks aren't compatible with the newer firmware Apple puts out so you might have to buy a new dock unfortunately. But if your iPod was jailbroken on a past firmware you can use this video to downgrade it to when it worked with your dock.
It is most likely the 30 pin connector on the Logitech that is the problem. They can break if the incorrect iPod inserts have been used.
Try playing someone else's iPod on it, if no go it's busted. Repairs are difficult if not impossible. Sorry
contact the nearest apple store. in most cases they would replace this stuff because they want the apple name to keep flying high. Or you'll have to replace the entire docking station if the lead is not sold seperately.
i have somewhat of a similar problem with my ipod Touch and my JBL docking station alarm clock thingy. It may just be that the ipod is not compatible on some of the levels that the Igroove is. With my docking station, it wont charge my ipod touch itll only play music