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Ipod volume Volume bar says max, volume is low. Would this be battery related, since battery strength was low? Has never happened before even when battery strength was low.

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Not at all ,On your ipod there is a volume CONTROLL LIMITER so look for that feature on the ipod and u would see that it is low and it possible that u can raise the volume.

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