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IPod with no sound

The IPod fuctions correctly but no sound can be heard through the headphones. I have tryed many different headphones and found the problem to be with the IPod itself. Also, no sound can be heard when the Ipod is plugged into to ITrip in the car eather.

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  • Tori29 Jun 12, 2008

    There is a code on my IPOD for the volume control and I can't get it off.

    I would like some help with this please and thank you.

  • Anonymous Jun 14, 2008

    no sound everything else works fine



  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2008

    I have the exact same problem and my ipod is no longer under warranty :( 

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Try resetting the IPod by holding down the center button while pressing the menu button. That will reboot the IPod.

If that doesn't work, restore the software.

If that doesn't work, then take it to Apple.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

Theres a little chip inside the ipod that got loose all you have to do is push it in and you have sound again. But you need to find a way to keep it in place after that.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

If you can hear either earbud than 1 of 2 things may be wrong:

1-you need a new ipod headphone jack.
2-a component thats located on your main board has gone bad.

you can try: http://www.ipodrefresh.com they fix these types of things everyday.

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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I think the best solution to avoid these simple problems is simply to not buy any Apple ****.
First it was the damn batteries that would die after 18 months. Now this ridiculous "no sound" problem that is plaguing ipods that will only work if you stick them in the freezer.
its ridiculous that people keep buying apple garbage when every other player is cheaper, and more reliable.
Apple to me is now a symbol of garbage electronic products.
My Sony Discman still works like new. ipods die right after the warranty does.

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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Apple charges 130$ to send in and fix the problem. representative told me that if it were his he would take it to a local ipod repair shop because ipod cannot compete with their repair costs. a new 80gig refurbished is 200$ doesnt seem right.

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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Hey eguerra89,

If you've already tried resetting the iPod, you might want to also try using a different pair of headphones to see if you encounter the same problem. While this may not necessarily resolve this specific issue, defective headphones can be one of the most common reasons why you would not hear audio playback. Additionally, you may wish to also try updating the system software on the iPod itself. In some cases, damaged or outdated software files may prevent the iPod from correctly playing songs.

Should resetting the iPod, trying different headphones/speakers and updating system software not work, you may then need to contact your local iPod repair facility for further assistance. Remember that you can always contact Apple by calling their toll-free hotline at 800-275-2273, or seek service though many major retailers (including your local Best Buy™ store).

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