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My apple ipod wont play

My apple ipod will only play when it is connected to the charger. I've tried charging it for the whole day but still it wont play, but once connected to the charger it will.

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It sounds like the battery is fried. That's the same thing that happened to mine. I had to take it to the Apple store, had them look at it, and they actually exchanged it for a refurbished iPod. There's not much you can do at home, unless you want to order a new battery from Apple. I would still recommend having them install it. 

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