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My 3rd Generation iPod Nano died and won't charge.

My iPod Nano 3rd Generation died about 2 months ago. I finally found my USB chord for it, and when I went to plug it in, it wouldn't turn on. I've tried holding the Menu and center Button and it still won't work. Is there something seriously wrong with my iPod? I can't afford a new one so ANY advice will be greatly appreciated.

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You may just need to leave it plugged in for a few hours and see if it comes to life. It is usually the case.

I am sure you will be fine.. give it a try

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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