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IPod lost all audio.

Audio failure through headphones and sound dock.  All other functions seem to work fine.

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  • melo15my May 04, 2008

    The audio on any of my videos does not work

    it works fine for the music and everything else

    just none of the videos

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I'm having the same problem on one of my ipods. Try pushing down really hard on the front of the ipod near the bottom right (just below the 5 o'clock position on the clickwheel, and see if the sound returns temporarily.

If so it is a problem with the logic board.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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