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The iPod won't do anything at all

It was on the player and the battery was supposed to be charging but it didn't and it ended up staying on all night and dying. Now the computer and player won't even recognize it and the screen isn't off but its not on anything specific, just a lit up gray screen.

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Try restoring it to factory settings...

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