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No audio after replacing ipod mini battery

I replaced the ipod mini battery with no problem and while it now has battery life, I can't get the audio to work. The volume shows maxxed but no sound is coming through headset.

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You might just need new headphones..
Only one of my earbuds work on my earphone because they have been used a lot.

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New batterys can be bought from ebay, www.ebay.com I don't have a contact there.

If you need instructions on how to change the battery drop me a comment.

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