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My Ipod stopped playing all of a sudden

It won't play as many times as i press play. It turns on and I can see that it says play and pause or even what song it is on but no matter what it does not play. It also will automatically go through all the songs on the ipod and then I cant stop it from doing that. What should I do?

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Try running the restore from itunes

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