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First gen ipod touch 16g cracking noise

Every song i play on my ipod touch has a cracking noise.
and i have tried different headphones and resting it.

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It is a problem with your headphone jack. take it to an apple store or call apple. they should replace it for you for free.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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