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My ipod was working just fine until I plugged it into recharge it,when i unplugged it it won't come on at all.

I plugged it into the ac adapter. How can I contact you for you to take a look at it? Could it possibly be the battery since I've had it for about two years now?

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Sounds like it may be the battery. Submit a request for our Diagnostic Services through our EverGreenElectronics.com website and we can have a look.

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Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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