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iPod Nano 1st ed. connector tight?


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I just bought myself a refurb 1st ed. nano from apple. I love it, however does any other nano users out there notice that the USB connector that goes into the nano a little snug? I mean I have to put some force into it to plug in and out. Unlike my friends iPod 30GB 1st ed. his connector just snaps on and off with ease. I mean it really doesn't bother me that much just curious to see if its my connector or if its a universal thing?
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I don't know if the usb adaptor is compatible between the nano 1st ed and your friends 1st ed 30gb, but if they are you could try your cable in his iPod and vice versa....then you could narrow it down to the connection on the Nano....
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Yeah I plan to when I meet him this Friday. I also have a car charger on the way just to be sure I'll check it out.
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Be interesting to know the outcome...
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So its the connector, for some reason the cable that came with is difficult to put on and take off, even on his iPod. Strange.
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Might be able to pick up one cheaply on eBay.....
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