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HI,

The "hold" switch is located at the top of the iPod nano.

TO TURN THE HOLD ON:
Slide the hold switch to the on position when you put the iPod away. This won’t accidentally wake from sleep when a button is pushed and drain its power.

TO TURN THE HOLD Off:
To start using your iPod again, just slide the hold switch into the other position and click a button to start it up again.


This will fix the issue,

Thank you,

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