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I have just opend my ipod after having it for 1 year in the box unopend. I have pluged my charging conecter in and the ipod is not charging nor turning on, please help!!

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I think your ipod is dead. This happened to me to. I was listening to it when I arrived at my destination, and I thought I turned it off and I put it in my pocket. Later that day when I went to listen to it, it wouldn't turn on at all. Aparently, it had stayed on. Hold the pause button for five to ten seconds. The apple symbol will appear on your ipod. Immeadility put it in your docking station before it goes away. Your ipod will turn on, and itwill start charging.

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THE BATTERY IS BAD OR TRY A DIFFERENT CHARGER

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