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IPOD IS NOT WORKING

MY MINI IPOD [NOT SURE HOW OLD] IS HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THE EARPHONES NOT WORKING ON ONE SIDE I KNOW IT;S NOT THE EARPHONES AS THEY WORK ON MY PC...WHAT CAN BE DONE DO I NEED TO TAKE IT INTO APPLE AND PAY A BIG FEE AFTER ALREADY PAYING $300 FOR THE THING ..THANK YOU TO WHO'S EVER LISTENING...

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Cuase youre earphones are lost.

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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