My son has the above unit and when he went to plug it in it was frozen. Even now it has all the digital information on the front screen and it's not plugged in nor does it have batteries in it. It was purchased last May.
Has it runs its course?
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The older ipods charge using 12v, the newer ones (including the Touch 2nd gen) use 5v. So a lot of docks that will charge a nano will not charge a new Touch. If a dock says it will work with the iPhone then it will work with the newer iPod Touch (2nd gen). If you have an old dock and want to charge a new Touch (sounds like the case here) then you can get an adapter. Scosche makes one just for this.
I have the same problem. The screen is frozen ? I put my ipod on and press play and it freezes. I found the solution though. Let it go dead and then hold the play button. Its a long process but it plays just fine on my docking station after that. If it happens again then you may have to repeat the same process.