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May be the battery id dead.
Connect your ipod to computer and press and hold the middle and menu button together until you get an apple logo on the screen.
Let go the buttons as soon as apple logo appears on the screen. In most of the cases, that fix the issue.
In case you wont get apple logo on the screen, then it's a hardware problem.
Call AppleCare at 1800-275-2273 in that case
Hope that answers your question
flick the hold switch on and then off again a couple of times...then press and hold menu and center buttons until an apple logo appears and then connect to system and run itunes...it should detcet thw ipod in recovery mode and ask you to restore it...restore it and you're done.
to reset your ipod
switch hold button off and on again then press the menu and the center
button simutaneausoly until the apple logo appears and goes bright and
there .has been reseted rate the solution plzzzz thank u
If your iPod nano is not responding, try to manually reset it. The instructions are in the manual; but I have typed them below for your reference:
Slide the Hold switch to HOLD and back again. Then press the Menu and Center buttons at the same time for about 6 Seconds, until the Apple logo appears.
Hope this fixes your problem.