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Seccurity code to connect to usb bluetooth on computer

I am trying to connect my computer to my stereo using a rocketfish bluetooth 2.0 usb adaptor and my belkin tunestage f8z901-rx. Do I need the security code for the tunestage (I don't know what it is) to pair the devices? The computer now detects the receiver but will not connect to it. I also get a message "network cable unplugged"
I would appreciate any help or suggestions you can provide.
thanks
Roy Demcheson (demcheson@shaw.ca)

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  • hgr5 Nov 06, 2008

    i have the same problem. although, im trying to connect my blackberry to the belkin tunestage rx. my blackberry recognizes the belkin but then it asks for a passcode, like any other bluetooth device. anyone know the passcode for the tunestage?

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The code is in the user manual and is 1111, i can get that far and it recognises each other and connect, but no sound come out! when played from and \nc10 Samsung... I read somewhere that they had it working, which is why I bought the belkin model....



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