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My wife had this problem with iPhone 4S after updating to ios6 on a Sony xdr-ds12ip docking station. Sound would play on iPhone off the docking station, but once it was docked no sound would come through the docking station speakers (docking station radio works fine, as did the iPhone before the iOS update).
Fixed it by powering down both the iPhone and the docking station at the mains, gave it 2-3 minutes and then powered on the docking station and then the phone. Placed the iPhone in the docking station and voila the sound comes out of the speakers now.
It is most likely the 30 pin connector on the Logitech that is the problem. They can break if the incorrect iPod inserts have been used.
Try playing someone else's iPod on it, if no go it's busted. Repairs are difficult if not impossible. Sorry
2 solutions, check all hook ups and make sure they ok, 1. see if your turntable can be played thru the stereo like amp or receiver with your audio cords and record that way to cassette tape. 2. if your turntable can go thru computer using usb cord and make sure you have download your software that came with your turntable if it didn't go store and like office max or simlair buy a product called inport deluxe by xitel
I had this problem for the pat two days. Believe it or not I took my Ipod touch of the dock. Shut the power off to the Ipod to reset it. Also the power to the docking station. turned everything back on. Put the Ipod back into the docking station and heard the beep.. and hit play and it was working again. Not sure but shutting Ipod off does act like a reset.
Looks like the large lens cannot get it's lense out with the electric drive. This is operated by a little motor with gears. The clicking sound is from gear-teeth. Your guide shaft (3 of them) may be blocked by sand or dust or broken guide-pins.
Once the large lens is fully out. The small internal lens will be moved in and out for zoom. I have recently fully dissassembled my broken HP945 which was fallen on its lens in extracted mode (under charge from docking station). If you want pictures how it looks inside, let me know. email@example.com