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MC-DX32i unable to charge ipod at docking station

I have tried the nano docking devices, including the one included with my new ipod. None of them accept my ipod for charging while playing music. I can, however, play music and charge the ipod on my pc using the USB port.

Does anyone else have this problem or know how to solve it?

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The unit doesn't have an alarm, but it does have a timer that allows you to set it turn on at a certain time and off at a certain time. Not exactly the same as an alarm clock.

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