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delving into the guts of your iPod, check to make sure the hold switch
isn't activated. If the hold switch is on, the iPod will ignore any
input on the click wheel and refuse to do anything. If your iPod's
problem isn't so easily solved, read on.
your iPod won't turn on, especially if it has not been used recently,
you may simply have a drained battery. Plug your iPod into your computer
or AC adapter and see if anything happens. Ideally your iPod will
recognize it has been connected to a power source and charge its
battery. If it will no longer charge, the battery must be replaced.
is possible that it appears nothing is happening because the display is
bad. If you hold the iPod up to your ear you should be able to hear the
hard drive spinning. If the iPod sounds like it is working properly but
nothing is visible, it is possible the display is bad and must be replaced
Bad logic board
If your iPod does nothing when plugged into a computer, the problem most likely lies in the logic board.
Bad click wheel connection
the click wheel is not seated correctly, it is possible that the iPod
will not boot. Be sure that the bar on the click wheel is completely
flipped down to ensure a positive connection.
Have you tried running the computer with just the AC plugged in and not with the battery? If not try that. It could be the battery is going out. I had a similar issue once. If that doesn't work it might be the power supply / powercord or it could be the motherboard.
That is a tough one. Is your iPod fully seated -- will it play music in the im600? Have you tried a different iPod in the im600 to see if it charges? Does your iPod recharge normally in other players, in a wall charger and your computer? If not, your iPod could possibly need a new battery.
Also: since it was unplugged for 3 weeks, you may just need to run the im600 through a full cycle or two (let the FM radio play until the battery is dead, with no iPod in it), then recharge the im600 for 5 or 6 hours, and THEN mount your iPod into it and see if it charges it. Be sure to unplug/plug-in the adapter into the im600 to ensure it is getting full power from the wall outlet. One last thing: the im600 will only charge the iPod when it is plugged into AC power; it won't charge the iPod while it's running on its own battery power. Good luck!
Generally speaking, if you have connected it to a power source when it has completly drained it should display 'Please Wait, Very Low Battery' (without the backlight). If it does, leave it until that message disappears. Pressing the play button should now wake it. However, If you have been charging it for a while and nothing has been displayed the battery my be dead all together. With the iPod connected press the Select and Menu Buttons together until an Apple symbol appears (non-backlit) it should then startup. If it turns off when disconnected from the power then you have a dead battery. If none of that solve it I offer a repair service at a very low cost.
Try to do a reset by holding down the menu and select button together till the screen goes blank. The screen will soon pop up with the Apple logo and it will restart. If you can't reset it, then if you know how to take the back off, take it off and carefully prise up the brown lock on the power connector, release the power cable, then put it back and push down the brown lock to lock it in. Put the back on again and start her up.
You can replace the LCD display screen. There are several websites out there that sell the parts and the cover removal tools. It's really not that hard to do, but it runs between $50-100. Type in "Ipod parts" and you'll get several hits for prospective vendors.
On a slightly different model and only if you would venture to try:
with the iPod via cable plugged to the iP-Bus port and the unit powered off but the powersupply on -
1. press and hold for a couple of seconds the Function button (FUNC) or till the clock starts to flash;
2. the arrow keys (left/right) will move you through the different menu settings;
3. the arrow keys (up/down) will move you through the different selection for each setting;
4. look for source, external, AUX, iPod or whatever will be displayed which may refer to an external input;
5. soon as you have enabled/set the AUX, press and hold the FUNC button while turning the unit on. This will save the current setup.
Hope this also work for your DEH-P3000.
Good luck and kind regards.