Question about Apple iPod nano
Your dock fried your ipod.
it is very common for some unknown reason.
I have replace at least 30 motherboards for this problem.
The iPod is made to be played through the headphone jack.
the dock is an after thought and a terrible one to boot.
as a matter of course though, I would attach your ipod to an A/C charger and see if it comes on.
if it does charge it up, because your battery was dead.
I have no solution other than that.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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