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Ipod doesn't do anything

I replaced my display on my 30 gig video, and I put it back together just as carefully as I took it apart, and now it doesn't do anything at all. Please help, I have too much invested in this thing just to junk it

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Take it apart again and make sure everything is connected, if possible make sure it works before you put it back together.

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