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No external sound from Memorex iListen Mi1006 with iPod Touch

When my daugter plugs in her new iPod Touch to her older Memorex Mi1006, the internal speakers on the Touch continue to play. There is just static from the Memorex speakers. The Speakers work fine in the AM/FM mode. Do the iPod speakers need to be disengaged somehow or is there another solution?

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This is exactly the problem I am having but with a new ipod nano. Please post if you hear back. thanks!

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