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JBL Radial Remote stopped working.New battery replaced no avail.

JBL Radial Remote stopped working.I had a New battery replaced but still not working.My ipod is working fine.The Jbl is working fine.except the remote.

Any help thanks.

shantil.

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  • Shantigohil Mar 15, 2009

    Thanks bcubbs for his solution which as he said sounds simple but it worked.thank you thank you very much.



    taburi

  • daveatfc Mar 17, 2009

    Have 2 JBL radial ipod players and both remotes have stopped working, battery is not the problem. Any ideas?

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SOURCE: The remote with JBL Radial iPod player no longer works

Turn off the JBL at the mains, turn it back on then turn on the JBL, the remote should work it did for me.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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SOURCE: JBL Radial Remote stopped working.New battery replaced no avail.

Turn on the JBL with the ipod in place, turn off at the mains plug, turn back on, turn on your JBL and the remote should work.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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