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My iPod sound doesn't work

Whenever I want to listen to music on my iPod with the headphones in I only hear a tiny bit and it is all muffly. I have had my iPod for about 1 1/2 years and I have never had this problem until late march. I used to listen to my music moderateloud so that might have to do with what's wrong. Also, at 1st I thought that my headphones were the problem but I tried different headphones and it was still muffly

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smoething like that happened to me. do you wrap your headphones around the Ipod when you're not using it? The connections inside the headset can break if you do that, and if its not the headset, then it is likely that something in the general vincinity of the headphone jack is loose.

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Does your iPod come on? If not, your battery could be bad.

If you can see the music playing, but cannot hear anything, you could have a bad earphone jack or a bad circuit board.

You can tell if it is the battery the iPod will not come on at all unless it is attached to the computer or to a power outlet.

If you can move the earphone jack around while playing music and hear something, then it is the headphone jack. If you move the jack around and hear nothing, then I would suspect the circuit board.

If you have a device that can play your music out of the USB port on the iPod, you can make sure that it is the circuit board that way. When the circuit board is bad, music will not play out of the headphone jack or the USB port.
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Either the resistor that shuts power off to your speakers when it is plugged in is either missing, shorted, or blown. If you know where to get the unit fixed, that should take care of the problem.

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The headphone jack on all the apple products have issues (even their laptops). There is no easy fix, other than having the jack replaced, or remounted. A common issue is that it comes loose from the pc board, especially with the movement of the headphone cord. This is a design/functionality flaw.

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