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Ipod my ipod will not turn on and it is charged fully. then the next morning it would not turn on or even charge please help me

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  • Tanya72 Mar 12, 2008

    My ipod will not turn on and it is fully charged. It won't even come on when you have it plugged in. Tried to lock and unlock, but that didn't work.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2008

    my ipod nano will not turn on

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2008

    my ipod nano will not turn on

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2008

    My ipod Nano 8G will not turn on It is new

    It worked perfectly till I connected it to an USB charger



    Desperate

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The first thing you should do is locate the lock button on your ipod. Second make sure it's unlocked, locked it and wait for one second and then unlock it. Finally hold the inner Grey circle button in the center of the ipod until you see the apple logo appear on your screen. If this solution helps you out please give rate me and leave a comment. Thank you...

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