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If you can measure the voltage from the charging unit to see if voltage is there, other possible reason and more common batteries are bad.

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Wont charge my iphone


The adapter off the docking station can be faulty and so that must be checked for working voltage.
If there is voltage on the adapter then the socking station charging section can be faulty.
The failure of the regulator IC in the docking station cannot be ruled out. You will need to remove the docking station after making sure there is no voltage to the docking section to the phone.

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Is there anything you need to do to get the docking station to charge the phone? Or do I have a deffective docking station?


There is nothing special to do to the docking station. I have had some problems with mine not charging also. What I do if not charging is remove the phone and reconnect. Also look to make sure the power cord did not make its way loose some how.

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I have a T2+ remote sys and need a manual. as a start I need to know how to charge.


The remote comes with a charging dock, if you did not get this you can order one from RTI (952) 253-3136.

BATTERY AND DOCKING STATION
The T2+ uses a Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. This battery does not exhibit any type of "Memory Effect" from being charged too often. Since the T2+ can safely be charged after each use, a docking station is included for convenience. If left out of the docking station, the T2+ will remain in sleep mode for 1 or 2 months before shutting down. At that point the battery must be recharged. The T2+ Docking Station can be placed on a flat surface such as a shelf or table, or it can be mounted to a wall using the mounting holes on the back of the unit. If the T2+ battery capacity is reduced to approximately one hour of remaining run-time, a low battery icon will appear in the upper left corner of the display The docking station LED illuminates to indicate a charge in progress. The LED will turn off when the battery in the unit is fully charged.A fully discharged battery will take approximately 2-4 hours to completely re-charge.The T2+ can remain in the docking station indefinitely without damage to the battery.

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I unplugged the docking station and now does not work


I actually had the same issue with mine.. it was 6 years old and just stopped finding the docking station. Also wouldnt take a charge. So I just eliminated the docking station. The stations power cord will charge the unit. Hope this helps.

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Does the new bose dock station charge the new ipod touch (32g)?


i have the same problem with the old docks not charging my ipod touch and yes new bose docks and ihomes charge the 32g ipod touch

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Docking station


Hi!

I would suggest that you by-pass any docking stations and connect it directly via usb charger as most ipods do. And also, try to update Itunes and your Ipod Nano software.


Thanks and good luck! =)

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Ipod nano not charging on docking system, it has low battery if none, can play with a little charge on ipod but has to be charged with plug first, the docking system is brand new aswell and is charging...


for some **** reason the new ipod nano (4th generation) does not support FireWire and therefore will not charge on any docking station that is a FireWire power sorce - which seems to be most of them out there!
have same problem so will end up charging from computer as docking station still plays the new nano, no point in buying new docking station just for sake of charging!

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Charging Camera


I would test the docking station first. Do you have a way of charging the camera without using the docking station?

Thought I'd ask because some can and some can't.

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