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I recently had my Ipod 5 battery replace,I discharge it lower than 20% and I put it to charge, after like 3 hours i check it and find out that it didnt charge at all...

The ipod is on the black screen with the large battery icon with almost no charge, i left it for 3 hours and it didnt charge at all,is it the battery or the charger slot the problem???

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See if the charger charges something else like another phone
if it does than the problem is else where.

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