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The lower band of my screen stopped working

My 1G ipod touch was connected in the car. A static in the connector happened while I was activating the music app at the bottom. After that there is a band at the bottom of my screen that became insensitive.
How can I restored it? I implemented to firmware 3.1.1 and restored my ipod two times saving settings or not.
I read about changing general.plist, but I but understand how.

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