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If you're only getting three hours of battery life, the battery's probably pretty worn down. According to Apple, you should get up to 14 hours music playback on a 30 GB iPod Video and 20 hours on the 60/80 GB iPod Video. Here's the Apple source, including their specific testing procedure:
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1322
-Fortunately, replacing the battery in an iPod Video is both [guide|603|pretty easy] and not that expensive. There one thing to watch out for is that you get the correct battery, as their are two different batteries for the iPod Video. There's a [product|195018|thinner battery for the 30 GB model], and a [product|195028|thicker on for the 60/80 GB model].
+Fortunately, replacing the battery in an iPod Video is both [guide|603|pretty easy] and not that expensive. There one thing to watch out for is that you get the correct battery, as there are two different batteries for the iPod Video. There's a [product|195018|thinner battery for the 30 GB model], and a [product|195028|thicker one for the 60/80 GB model].

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If you're only getting three hours of battery life, the battery's probably pretty worn down. According to Apple, you should get up to 14 hours music playback on a 30 GB iPod Video and 20 hours on the 60/80 GB iPod Video. Here's the Apple source, including their specific testing procedure:
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1322

Fortunately, replacing the battery in an iPod Video is both [guide|603|pretty easy] and not that expensive. There one thing to watch out for is that you get the correct battery, as their are two different batteries for the iPod Video. There's a [product|195018|thinner battery for the 30 GB model], and a [product|195028|thicker on for the 60/80 GB model].

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