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When using my ipod it will not turn on at all unless it is charging. Some times it will not turn while trying to charge it. Battery is half full the last time I tried to use it.

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  • horses_inn5 Mar 10, 2009

    it will not even charge. if I leave it alone for awhile then use it it works

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Maybe if u keep it on charge for a few hours until it is full

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