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Battery life I got my ipod almost 2 years ago and my battery dies fast and I have a warrinty but but I dont have the recirpt what swhould I do?

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Hello nkikkix23,

If then iPod is still under a warranty or service contract then the battery should be covered. Even if you no longer have the receipt the store where you purchased the ipod may still be able to look up the purchase using your phone number or credit card information (depending on how you paid for the item and service plan).

I would suggest contacting the store of purchase to obtain a duplicate receipt or service contract. Once you have that information you can get service on the item to get the battery replaced.

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