It worked fine the first time i used it but now like every two minutes the thing just shuts off. my mp3 player still is on but the speaker unit turns off. i dont have an ipod and i checked all the cords
You just have to turn the volume up on the mp3 player and down on the speakers.
i guess they have a low noise automatic shut off or something so i turned the volume all the way up on my player and the problem was solved.
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these all relate to the power supply, sometimes when the board is faulty the aux works fine, the red light flashing may only occur when the ipod is connected, but it is all part of the same known problem. contact seller or b and w service, they should fix it.
No separate charger is required. Use a USB cable to connect it to any computer (desktop or portable), or to any powered USB hub. It should charge in about 5-20 minutes. While charging, both the red and green LEDs are lit. When fully charged, the green LED turns off and only the red LED is on.
This device should also be possible to charge using a stand-alone USB power source, such as those used to charge Blackberries.
If it is under warranty still retrieve the serial number from the back of the iPod and call Apple to setup an appointment at your nearest Apple store to save you time. They only take appointments now that I know of.
If by resetting you mean by:
Holding down menu & play/pause?
If that doesn't work plug it into the computer, make sure you have iTunes installed and then try restoring it. And if THAT doesn't work, make sure you have the lastest iTunes, and firmware. Sometimes computers are a little iffy, if the connection noise is present and disconnected it could be the USB port. Sometimes on my phone/mp3 players it'll do that and they only liked to be plugged back into the same original port the USB driver was installed on. So if you plugged it through the front when it was working try that.
1. If the radio / i-pod is on- turn it off.
2. Hit the 'mode' button until the time flashes (it should be 3 times).
3. Use the Tun +/- button to change the hour.
4. Use the Volume +/- to change the minutes.
5. Click through the rest of the options to change between setting the
alarm, how to be woken up (chime, ipod, etc), 12/24 hour format, year,
ok here we go i dunno how i figured this out lol but it took a while. okay so ur gonna go to control panel, device manager, and uninstall the driver for mp3 player. then disconnect mp3 player and reconnect it to reinstall mp3 player. it will recognize it as emerson mp3. right click on it (im running xp) go to properties, click on the tools tab and click on check now on the error checking and select both options of automatic fix file system errors and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors. then hit start and it will start the process of fixing the file error. it takes a couple minutes and when its done disconnect the mp3 player n turn it on and voila!!! it works again. if u need more help u can e-mail me at email@example.com. hope this helps yall so u dont throw them away