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Over Charging Ipod Nano?

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#1 ColoradoHermit


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Posted 16 October 2007 - 12:55 PM

Hi ya all. I'm new to these iPod things and I'm not sure that this thing is acting normal. After having it plugged into my computer to recharge it the docking/plug-in thing looks like it has gotten way hot. The white plastic looks like it's been scorched and has turned brown on the back and the metal part looks like it's been in a fire. :thumbsup: But, it wasn't hot to the touch and my iPod still works and looks ok. Any idea what's wrong? Or is there anything wrong with this? :flowers:

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