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3659 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 18, 2010 10:16 PM by Ellindor
Currently Being ModeratedAug 16, 2010 11:17 AM (in response to storebrorserdeg)Never heard of that one before! Reset the iPod. See if that helps with the earphone volumne. Directions are in the iPod nano (5th generation) - User GuideiPod Nano w/video cam 5th Generation, Mac OS X (10.6.2)
Currently Being ModeratedAug 17, 2010 1:50 AM (in response to storebrorserdeg)Hi there,
I have exactly the same problem, I took it back to Currys where I bought it, it was sent back and I received a replacement. The second one started with the same problem only this time it is intermittent.It worked ok in the shop and she said I'd be charged if they couldn't find anything wrong. I bought the product in April of this year. I just hope someone on the site as any ideas.
I am 65 yrs old so am a complete novice where anything like this is concerned it is my first digital product.IP nano
Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2010 8:59 AM (in response to Lincoln2010)Click on the "*User Guide"* link in the post above yours.
she said I'd be charged if they couldn't find anything wrong.
Apple has a one year warranty on hardware. If you purchase AppleCare within one year of your purchase date, you will have an additional 2 years worth of coverage plus free phone tech support.iPod Nano w/video cam 5th Generation, Mac OS X (10.6.2)
Currently Being ModeratedAug 19, 2010 9:52 AM (in response to Baby Boomer (USofA))
Nano Rookie wrote:
Apple has a one year warranty on hardware. If you purchase AppleCare within one year of your purchase date, you will have an additional 2 years worth of coverage plus free phone tech support.
It's an addtional one year (for two years total) on iPods. The additonal two years is only for computers/displays.MacBook Core 2 Duo, Mac OS X (10.6.2), Current iPods: 3 Gen Nano 4 gig, 1st gen 16 gig Touch, 3rd Gen 32 gig Touch
Currently Being ModeratedSep 18, 2010 10:16 PM (in response to storebrorserdeg)I was setting up my daughter's new iPod today and had the same problem - turns out that if the earphone isn't -fully- plugged in the volume is stuck at an uncomfortably high level. Make sure the the earphones are plugged in as far as they will go into the jack - you shouldn't be able to see any of the metal connector part at all - and you should find the maximum volume limit you have set works correctly.
This fixes the problem, but does make a bit of a farce of Apple's 'safe' volume limit.iPod Nano