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I have 30 gb ipod when my ipod is completly down i cant charge my ipod it show low battery i keep for charge for 2 hours still it does not get charge

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The 5th Generation iPod (iPod video) were made and sold in 2005. Batteries inside iPods tend to last 2 to 3 years (4 if you hardly use them). It could be time to replace the battery inside your iPod.

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