3487 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Oct 4, 2007 5:32 PM by Michael Morgan1
The only thing left to try is to plug it into a known good charging source and just leave it there for several hours. It will either come back to life or it won't.
Things to do? Well, you can buy a battery for it online, get instructions on how to replace it, and give that a try.
You can purchase a brand-new one, which will probably turn out to be an Apple Refurb. My original one (Apr '05) still works, aside from decreased audio out of the right channel and an unwillingness to play some ITMS purchased tracks, and I'm using it only for podcasts and books at the moment. I scored a new one for $39 online, which registered up just fine online for its year's warranty and which is a nice strong machine.
Note that that price got me only the body and cap, no manuals or earbuds or Apple decals or anything else. OTOH, the price included shipping ...
You can also get them on eBay. Caveat emptor there, as always.