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Battery depletes over night after fully charged with no use

I charged my I-Pod on my computer over night because battery was depleted. I woke up the next morning and the battery was completely depleted after no use all night. I got a blank screen with a black apple icon and a screen that red very low battery please connect to power source. My I-Pod and battery was just replaced about a week ago.

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This is because the cable that connects new battery to iPod is either damaged, or has come loose...

Take it back to whoever performed the replacement... Or, I can walk you through the repair myself, but you will need a VERY thin flat-head screwdriver (like the kind in glasses repair kits).

P.S I GUARANTEE this is your solution... I'd stake my iPod on it.

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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    Scott Shelton Apr 23, 2009

    I have replaced many iPod batteries...

    The GUARANTEED cause of your issue...

    Poor/No connection between new battery and iPod.

    Now, you can either have the person who replaced your battery, re-seat the battery's connector or replace it entirely (the new battery) if deemed necessary.

    I ASSURE you, this is your solution.

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