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Ipod model MA079LL do not want to turn on

I have the Ipod model MA079LL, 20GB color display one that it does not want to turn-on at all and sometimes it does. The battery is fully charged. Sometimes when it turns on, it is empty, no songs show up, then sometimes the music is there. It is acting really creazy. Couple of time gave me a sad iPod icon with the apple support url. Right now came to live and it is working fine. But this behavior has been happing for a while. What do you recommend? I am going today to an apple store to check.

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  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2007

    I went to the Apple Store and told me that it was a hard drive issue. Thanks God it still had Apple Care Warranty, so they replaced it.

  • megs81 Sep 14, 2008

    mine is the exact same model and the icon comes on it as well as soon as i turn it on then it turns right back off. Only i cannot get any music and mine is fully charged as well.

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