Question about Apple iPod nano
It may need a new logic board as well but first, try a restore. Connect your iPod with the cable that came with it to the USB port on your computer. In iTunes, click and (Restore). This will rebuild all the software on the iPod and restore your songs. If that doesn't work, I guess it's the logic board. Unfortunately, replacing that is going to cost almost as much as a new iPod.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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