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Sound My IPOD Namo 4Gb has no sound in ear pieces or when I plug into doc sation all other functions work.

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Check settings and look for maximum volume, this might have been changed.
otherwise your plug in your ipod is broken or both your headphones and docking station are broken.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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