Question about Apple iPod nano 2nd Generation MP3 Player
The first thing you should try is hooking the unit up to a wall socket, not to your computer. Once the unit is hooked into the wall, try reseting the unit. This can be done by holding down the menu button and the center button at the same time. Hold the buttons for several seconds, and this should reset the unit. If this does not fix your unit, then yes it can be your battery, or your main board of the ipod. Look on the bottom of your unit and make sure there are no signs of corrosion(liquid damage). Also see if you see any bent pins at the bottom this can cause your unit to not charge also. If you have any other questions feel free to contact www.wiredextreme.com.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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