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Well I have seen in several cases where the iPod batteries die. In general, batteries CAN be replaced, but it means taking the iPod apart and getting the correct parts etc. I have done this with older models and it can work really well.
However, if the iPod is only 3 months old (unless you bought it used) I would suggest taking it to your local Apple store and having them take a look at it...3 months should easily be a warranty fix, or they may replace the iPod if that's the case.
If it is a used iPod, I would look up the specific generation and probably find a replacement battery on eBay (they usually come in kits) and youtube is full of videos with instructions on how to do a battery replacement.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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