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Old 07-10-2011, 03:35 PM   #8
EricLandes
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Originally Posted by Joe563 View Post
It's a fairly drastic step to factory reset your touch since you would lose all of your data and settings so it is a last resort. One more thing you could try when your unit is fully recharged is to try to shut it off by holding the power off slider in the off position for about 10 seconds.
Well, keeping it connected until the charging light went off then turning it back on seemed to have fixed the problem.

Thanks Joe!
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