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The docking station on my iLive IHP610B isn't working

The docking station on my iLive charges my iPhone 4S just fine, but does not play any music through the speakers. All other functions of the stereo work fine and can play music through the speakers no problem. Any suggestions on how to get my dock to work?

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The problem is "ipod dock receiver connector"(connector is fuck), move forward and backwards the ipod just point the ipod can play the songs..

try you!

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hello everyone with this problem I bought a use unit last sunday and it was working ok till next day then not sound not light , I try to push every botton and shut off and on but nothing , after many times I decide to open the boom box , and resoldering all the connections take like 1hour but now the unit works perfect the only thing is the blue light never came on , but cd works fine and radio also the dock for the ipod , is working fine

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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