Question about JBL On Stage 200id High-performance Speaker Dock For Iphone 1g And Ipod black
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can tell you that I have the on stage micro, bought this past winter. And it does charge my iPhone 3G. Works great, I love it.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Buy a universal USB cord which has many different connecting ends. Easily available in electronic shops.
Connect USB 2.0 to the pendrive and the other end to JBL IPOD dock
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Check the iPhone's connector. There may be a pin problem that triggered the issue. iPod/iPhone connectors are known to have such problem.
You can also clean or use cotton bud to clear out any excess dirt in the connector. That may help.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
Hi, this is a very common problem, its to do with all the little contacts on the dock that are causing it not to charge, over time and use these little thin metal contacs become warn and you then lose the connection with the device,
check the contacts on the ipod itself first make sure they are totally clean and no fluff or bits of rubbish are blocked in the port.
then check the docking station make sure its off with no power going to it then have a good look to see if you can see the contacts its not easy to fix or even see so you may need a good magnifying glass, so once you have one of these have a good look at each contact and make sure their is no fluff or anything else on one of the contacts, if their isnt then try the following.
make sure docking station is off and has not got any power going to it then using a magnifying glass have a real close look at the contacts then get a long pin and touch each of the contacts as if your tryin to scrape them clean with the pin, then give it a try, now if this still dont work the only other option to try and get it working is to only very slightly bend each pin so its connects with the ipod so if you have a close look at each one and bend it only very slightly outwards then give it a try again, doing this usually gets its working but if you bend them to much they can break and it will then be no good what so ever.
so have a go at fixing it but if it wont fix then the chance of getting it repaired is pretty slim.
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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Have you made sure the dock is compatible with the iPod version you have? If you are having to move the iPod around, this may be because the dock isn't built for the iPod you own.
It could also be a technical fault that the dock is loose. Take it/send it back to the shop and explain your problem.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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