Question about Apple iPod nano
The first step is to change the battery. It's not too hard. If you know what generation iPod you have, go to Newertech dot com & order a battery. They have video walk throughs on their site as well. If that doesn't work, It probably means the iPod is dead.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
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