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Apple Ipod Nano 3rd Gen Volume troubles

A problem with my brand new (10 day old) iPod Nano 3rd generation. Every time I try to decrease the volume using the wheel, the volume goes down, but as soon as I let go of the wheel, the volume comes back to its maximum on its own accord. Whether I lock my volume or not, doesn't make a difference. I also tried resetting my ipod but it doesnt help in the slightest.

Any help would be appreciated. Many thanks

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Seems like a manufacturers fault on your click wheel. The new nano's have their click wheels held in place with just a strong adhesive so this one might be slightly out of place.Take it straight back as faulty. Make sure inside your headphone socket isn't red else Apple will say it's water damaged.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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