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My 80gbclassic Ipod has same clicking noise

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Would love to know if you managed to sort out your Ipod problem.  Mine has the same problem.  Did you find a solution?
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Clicking noise?   well , what u can do is  , in your ipod go to settings,and then clicker, press enter -until it shows .clicker off.

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