Question about Apple iPod nano
Unfortunately, it sounds as though your headphone jack has gone bad! This happened to me about two weeks ago. I bought a replacement ******** ebay for about 3 dollars, and saved about 50 dollars by doing so. I would highly reccomend fixing your ipod yourself with the new jack and use these sights; http://www.co-bw.com/iPod_Headphone_Jack_Repair.htm and http://www.ipodhowtovideo.com/video/videoheadphonereplacement.html
They helped me a lot! And I had never even taken anything like that apart before, and I found it surprisingly easy to do. The hardest part is simply OPENING the thing! I really hope this helps! If things don't go well, however, you should definitely consider calling apple to see what they can do for you, however, I would not tell them that you tried to fix it yourself, for they won't normally help you then.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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