Question about Audio Players & Recorders
IHome ipod under-cabinet mounted player I36/46 loses ipod connectivity and sounds like it's skipping. it now will not recognize the ipod when the dock is open, only when closed.
The problem is that the flat flexible cable which connects the dock to the main unit is breaking. After taking mine apart(!), I found that the point at which the cable connects to the main unit is flexed very strongly each time the dock is opened. Each time the dock opens & closes, it gets worse.
Replacement is a 260mm, 12 pin, 1mm pitch, flat flexible cable, AWM 20624 80c VW-1. I have yet to locate a supplier of this cable.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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