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Ipod Battery issues....

Discussion in 'Buying Advice' started by h_kunte, Mar 15, 2006.

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  1. h_kunte

    h_kunte New Member

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    Hello All...

    A friend of mine has an Ipod 20Gb 2nd gen player. It was bought 2nd hand from an online shopping mart. The problem with the player is that its battery has gone bad...It doesnt get charged although it can be used with the power supply plugged in.

    My query is that:

    1: What sort of battery does an ipod have? Because from the look of the device, the battery seems to be moulded into the body...Is it a Li-ion thing?

    2: Can the battery be replaced? If yes, then is it available in India??

    Looking forward to replies...Its kind of urgent...

    HK
     
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    mobilegeek New Member

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    Check out if any outlet of Apple is there nearby.
    Recently a Apple's Official Showroom opened in Ansal Plaza, New Delhi.
    contact them .. you might get help.
     
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    As far as I know, the 2nd Gen iPod did not feature a removable battery (even the 5th Gen one doesn't have a removable battery I think) so I doubt if you can just go and purchase a replacement. Best bet would be to contact Apple and see what they say.
     
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    mail2and Walking, since 2004.

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    You can Call Apple Care India at : 1800-425-0744 from your MTNL/BSNL phone line.

    or you can sms "Apple" to 9880527753


    Just call them :) The best customer care that you can get ;)
     
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