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Charge when i plug in my ipod shuffle it only shows red light... i dont think its chargein

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  • briansharper Jun 21, 2008

    when i plug in my ipod shuffle it only shows red light... i dont think its chargein


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Why did u get this doubt... when the red light is on, it means tht its charging rite

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