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I also had the same problem for my 1GB device. On the inside, there is a switch that gets pressed via the volume buttons. If you pressed too ******* it, the switch's solder may have come loose and has gone out of the socket. To fix this, you must open the black portion,(yes, you must cut it along the crease at where it was sealed) and re solder the volume button in.
Note: This may void your warranty.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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