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IPOD is not working

I had purchased IPOD from ebay which has capacity of 4 GB.After downloading MP3 songs on it,it was working for few days.One day when i was hearing songs on it ,suddenly it turned off automatically and then shown messages that there is no files.Also it capacity reducing to only 354 kb now.So i want to know what happened to my IPOD and why it is not working.

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