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Your iPod seems to be pretty dated - like 4 years old. A usual iPod only lasts for about 1 - 2 years - so bravo for making it last 4!
What seems to be the case is that your iPod probably has a dead battery so you can choose to do either of the following:
Go to the Apple Store and ask for a repair on the iPod.
Go to the Apple Store with your old iPod and purchase a new one. Mention to them that you are willing to give up your old one, and you will get 10% off of the price.
try discharging the battery completly and i mean dead wont even try and turn on the charge it overnight and see if that helps a bit as far as i know there arnt any batterys you can change with it, and anyway the battery if avalible would cost you about as much as a brand new mp3 player
no the plasic is just to hold the batterys in to trun it on press the play botton some times you have to hold it down for a little bit or just press it and let go it could stick and to turn it off the stop botten press it 4 to 5 times untial it turns off. change batterys this unite is bad on batterys last about 2 or 3 hrs. is all i get out of mine had mine about 5 to 6 years
I know this isn't a very technical solution, but since you just bought it last night, I would take it back to Wal-Mart and exchange it for another one and see if you have any more luck with the new one.