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I know that this particular model of Nano has issues with corrosion on the logic board. May be samesome of the corrosion is causing the behavior that you are describing. You could disassemble it by using the [guide|1163|guide] from here. Check for corrosion on the board as well as all the cables and connectors. Clean the board with isopropyl alcohol and change the battery while you are at it since it must be almost at the end of its lifespan. Reassemble, restore and see what you got. Good Luck
I know that this particular model of Nano has issues with corrosion on the logic board. May be samesome of the corrosion is causing the behavior that you are describing. You could disassemble it by using the [guide|1163|guide] from here. Check for corrosion on the board as well as all the cables and connectors. Clean the board with isopropyl alcohol and change the battery while you are at it since it must be almost at the end of its lifespan. Reassemble, restore and see what you got. Good Luck

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Original post by: oldturkey03 ,

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I know that this particular model of Nano has issues with corrosion on the logic board. May be same of the corrosion is causing the behavior that you are describing. You could disassemble it by using the [guide|1163|guide] from here. Check for corrosion on the board as well as all the cables and connectors. Clean the board with isopropyl alcohol and change the battery while you are at it since it must be almost at the end of its lifespan. Reassemble, restore and see what you got. Good Luck

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