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Here are some things to try:

Press and hold the top and the home button down until the iPod Touch turns-off then release the buttons. Now press and hold the top and home buttons again briefly to start the iPod Touch. This is supposed to do a reset on the iPod Touch.

Next thing to try is to put the iPod Touch into recovery mode and restore the iPod Touch to factory defaults.

This is covered very nicely in this eHow.com article:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5508348_force-ipod-touch-recovery-mode.html

If neither of these suggestions work, then I'm afraid that it's time to take the iPod Touch in for service.

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