Question about Apple iPod classic MP3 Player
If your ipod is plugged up to the computer, try hooking the unit up to a wall socket. Once it is plugged into the wall give it a few seconds, and then you have to reset the ipod. This can be done by holding down the top button and the center button. Hold them both down for several seconds and your ipod should boot up. If this still does not fix the problem then the battery or the motherboard is going to have to be replaced. Check with Apple to see if the unit is still under warranty with this site: https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do
If the unit is not under warranty, feel free to contact www.wiredextreme.com. We give a free diagnosis on your unit(excluding shipping), and will call with an estimate of repairs before any work is done. All work comes with a 30 day warranty.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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