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IPod battery dies after one hour

After fully charging the battery still won't last for more than an hour. Tried to replace but still it didn't work

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Anonymous

Im encountering the same problem...i just replaced my battery and my ipod still doesnt last for more than an hour

Posted on Mar 16, 2007

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