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sorry! But, You have described your problem in full detail. i think their must be a damage in your charges or your battery or the pins of your battery of ipod. try cleaning both pins with a petrol or kerosine dipped cotton. Then again try to restart your ipod, after charging your battery.. other wise you have to show your ipod to a local repair centre. They will manage it after examining your problem and ipod itself!
2: Hold the power button and the menu button (underneath screen) down simultaneously until the screen goes black, then shows the Apple logo again. Then release the buttons.
3: Wait for five to fifteen minutes until your computer plays a "chime" sound. The iPod should then show the "locked" screen with the battery logo, and you should be good to go. You will probably want to resync your media to your iPod at this point, and make sure it's charged.
How long have you had your iPod nano? It could be that charging jack the connector on the nano or the battery. When plugged in to a power source do you see the charging indicator in the upper right corner of the screen? If it's there and showing the lightning bolt charging or if you have noticed a decrease in the battery life or it's most likely the battery.
If this is a sudden problem it's the jack or connector. All you can do is attempt to charge it with another method. You really need to get a separate charging cord and plug and test it on your nano. If takes a charge your going to have to replace your cord. If not it's likely that the connector on the nano has been damaged. There are places you can send it for repair. Hope this helps.
Because if you charge the battery too often you might be getting something which is called a "fat battery" which if what happens as well if you charge a cell phone too often, it could also be that the cable that plugs into your computer to charge it could be dusty inside...
Connect the ipod to your computer and let it sit for about fifteen minutes. Then it should show up in your computer and under itunes. Usually, if your ipod dies completely, when you try to charge it using a wall or car charger, it will do that, just flashing the apple logo and going back off. Leaving it plugged up to the computer will allow the battery to charge normally, just enough so that it can come on and sync with itunes. While it is plugged into the computer and charging, it should say something like, battery very low, wait few minutes, charging. It should work after letting it sit plugged up to the computer.