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iPod - 3rd gen. ipod nano battery problem


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just like the title says, my nano keeps breaking. this is the 2nd time it happened, the battery just dies and then when i charge it the battery just gets really hot and it doesn't charge at all. 1st time it happened they replaced it with a brand new one since it's still under warranty and now it happened again. my warranty is about to expire on june, anyone know why this keeps happening?

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