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Try restoring the firmware if that won't work, you got a mechanical defect that has to be repaired.
To fully restore your ipod:
connect ipod to itunes
Hold home and power button for 10 sec
release power button but hold home button until you see an icon with a power cord.
Let itunes restore the ipod.
Try to reset it. Press and hold the
Sleep/Wake button and the Home button at the same time for at
seconds, until either the Apple logo or battery symbol appears. If the battery symbol appears, continue to
charge iPod touch until it is fully
If this doesn't work, try restoring the iPod from within
This same thing happened to me. I was playing fantastic contraption and my ipod screen just went black and wouldnt turn back on. When I plugged it in to a charger, it made that charging noise, but wouldnt turn on. SOLUTION: try holding in the sleep/wake(power) button, and the home button at the same time for about 15 seconds or until you see the white apple logo. That worked for me, hope you get it fixed.
The ipod should let you do a restore in itunes with the computer that last synced the ipod. This is the only way to remove the passcode.
If it wont simply show up on the computer, plug the ipod in, hold the power button and then slide
to power off. Press the power button, as soon as the apple logo appears
press and hold both the top power button and the home button together
until the orange triangle appears. This should put the iPhone into
restore mode, open itunes and restore.