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Could someone, ANYONE, help me with my Ipod?

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Hello, I recently recieved an Ipod Mini from a friend. She had had it for like 8 months, and it started to not turn on unless it is plugged in directly to its charger. Is anyone familiar with this problem?
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iPod shuffle: Checking the battery charge
You can check how much battery life remains in your iPod shuffle by pressing the button on the back and noting the color of the LED.

Here's what the battery indicator colors mean when you press the button:

Green = good charge.
Amber = low charge (also indicates "charging" when connected to USB)
Red = very low charge
No light = no charge

Tip: When charging iPod shuffle, make sure the computer is not in sleep mode. If you want to check battery status while it is charging, eject iPod shuffle from iTunes before checking. Sleep mode on some computers can turn off USB signals and prevent battery status from working.



At 8 months it should be in warranty though she may need to send it back
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