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I Think My Ipod Died.... :(

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My Ipod has been acting up for a few weeks. It will never connect to the computer anymore..it justs keeps saying connecting.

Now today it worked fine and then 1/2 hr later it was a black screen. We have not gotten it to work since. It was fully charged. Now we have tried to charge it again and it wont even respond to that....

Oh I miss the Ipod already.

John bought it for me for my birthday so it is not even 6 months old. He informs me today he didnt get a warranty either.

I have searched for help online but didnt get anything....

Anyone?

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Keep looking online - there are places that do iPod repair. I think I remember names like Mac ResQ and iPodrepair, but google "iPod repair". You might just need your battery replaced. The place I used charged $30 to send me a custom made box with shaped foam inserts to send it in for diagnosis. They then told me what was wrong and what it would take to fix it. This particular iPod was damaged beyond repair (my daughter tried to change the battery but missed a few crucial steps in the instructions) so they bought it from me to use for parts for $30. They will tell you what's wrong and you can decide how the cost of fixing it compares to buying a new one. Note: if you do buy a new iPod, check first to see if you have the operating system it needs. I bought a 3rd generation nano and found out too late it needed OSX 10.4.8, and I only had 10.3.9 and had had them engrave the damn thing so I couldn't return it. Fortunately I made a trade with someone with the right OS. The only time I ever cursed Apple.

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My Ipod has been acting up for a few weeks. It will never connect to the computer anymore..it justs keeps saying connecting.Now today it worked fine and then 1/2 hr later it was a black screen. We have not gotten it to work since. It was fully charged. Now we have tried to charge it again and it wont even respond to that....Oh I miss the Ipod already.John bought it for me for my birthday so it is not even 6 months old. He informs me today he didnt get a warranty either. I have searched for help online but didnt get anything....Anyone?
i did an search and found http://www.askdavetaylor.com/fix_my_apple_ipod_busted.htmlim not sure if it will help it talks about blank screens and stuffpaula

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It may still be under warranty, check out the ipod site it will have you type in your serial number etc. and tell you what you can do. I know there was an option that you can buy a extended warranty, you might be able to do that.

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Hi, Celery is one of the top allergens, so it could be a reaction to celery. https://www.livestrong.com/article/207641-celery-allergy-symptoms/ By the way, I merged your two similar threads.  The forum rules don't allow duplicate threads,  They make things confusing.  But no problem, carry on!
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