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support.apple.com/ipod

Learn how to set up and use your iPod. Find all the topics, resources, and contact options you need for your iPod.

everymac.com/systems/apple/ipod/ipod-troubleshooting-repair-faq

EveryiPod.com's iPod Troubleshooting & Repair FAQ covers troubleshooting and repair of the iPod display, battery, power, sound, audio jack, scrollwheel, and more.

learninginhand.com/ipod-troubleshooting

If your iPod is having issues turning on, playing media, syncing, or loading software, Apple recommends the 5 Rs of Troubleshooting iPods: Resetting Your iPod. Resetting is like rebooting your iPod. You won't lose any songs, videos, or data files (though some settings may be reset). To Reset: press and hold the Menu and ...

www.ifixit.com/Wiki/iPod_1st_Generation_Troubleshooting

The 1st Generation iPod looks like the 2nd Generation iPod (buttons around the wheel), but the wheel physically spins. Troubleshooting and replacing parts is fairly straightforward.

www.ifixit.com/Wiki/iPod_Classic_Troubleshooting

The iPod Classic looks like the 5th Generation iPod, but with a metal front case and multiple case color options. Troubleshooting and replacing parts is somewhat complex, but we have made it easier below. Note: There are two versions of iPod Classic: thin and thick. The thin version refers to the 80 GB, 120 GB, and thin ...

www.ifixit.com/Wiki/iPod_Photo_Troubleshooting

The iPod Photo looks like the 4th Generation iPod, but it has a color display. Troubleshooting and replacing parts is fairly straightforward.

appletoolbox.com/apple-help-tips-and-tricks-support-index/ipod-touch-help-troubleshooting

iPod Touch Help & Troubleshooting. An iPod is a portable music player (PMP), and like all PMPs, an iPod enables you to download, store, and play digital music files using a special format called MP3. The term MP3 is an acronym that describes the organization (motion Picture Experts Group) and the digital sound ...

www.underwateraudio.com/troubleshooting-guide

We are happy to provide support for any waterproofing issues, but we suggest you contact Apple directly for concerns about your iPod. Learn more.

www.bose.com/en_us/support/article/ipod-troubleshooting-sounddock-i.html

If your iPod is in a case or protective sleeve, remove it and then reseat the iPod. The iPod may not be seated correctly in the dock, which could prevent charging; Try resetting your iPod. Depending on your model, you should refer to Apple support to perform this task; Reset your SoundDock system. Turn the system off and ...