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LCD backlight and IPod not working using the AUX switch.

I normally use this bookshelf system to listen to my IPod. The AUX button is used to attached the IPod to the system. One day, turning on the system, I did not get any sound from the system and noticed that the
normally blue light on the LCD began blinking. Now, the LCD does not
light up. The AM/FM radio, cd still working (the blulish light is on when
the cd is playing , this is not the same blulish light on the LCD). My IPod does not work with the AUX switched on.

In a nutshell, LCD backlight flickers on and off, and all off at times, and
the IPod can't be use with the system. Any help to resove this problem
would be appreciated. Thanks... Norman R

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sorry nothing straightforward springs to mind.A dealer repair seems the only solution.

Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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