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  1. mattyteare

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  2. Antonpup

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    maybe you didn't connect some wires... it happened to me before... i took apart my laptop, and ended up with no sound lol. But fixed it.. didn't connect some wires..

    take it apart.. and reassemble it with a tutorial... or just be very careful.

    If that doesn't work.. well.. then its something worse... such as a torn wire or a broken part...
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    strange. iPod's battery is like a normal battery... i shouldn't discharge...
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    This happened to my first generation Touch was I first pried it open. For several hours it seemed to be dead. After getting home and plugging it into a charger, it came to life again.

    I have since disassembled it numerous times without issue. However, today it happened to me again and I'm wondering if this time I actually broke the small logic board that connects to the home button. It's slightly bent near the middle from my attempts to pry it off the black metal framework it lies on.

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