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Apple ipod nano does not turn on

Last night it was working good now it is not turning on and not powering.it is not even getting charged

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  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009

    i tried to take it back but they had a 90 return day policy so  i could not get a new one

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This is a critical error, and if it won't charge trough computer or trough charger then you have to bring it back to were you bought it.
I'm sure you will get a new one back, or in the worst case they will send it into fixing and you have to wait for like 2-3 weeks before you get it back, fine as a new one.

Hope this helps you, problems like the one you have can only be fixed manually from the inside of the iPod, and theres not much you can do exept what I've suggested for you.

:)

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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