Question about Sony ICF-C1IP (Black) Docking Station
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
connectors on the dock are probaly faulty return to sony to get repairedv (it will probaly cost) contact sony to arrange
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
SOURCE: i have the ICF-CS10iP dream
Please check the iPod connector on the Sony. If you can wiggle it, it is
probably a bad connection. These models Sony radios have the connector
directly soldered on a PCB and it tends to get loose after a while due
to connecting/disconnecting the iPod. If it is loose, the connector
needs to be resoldered back into place.
I have had the following circumstances when there was a bad connection:
- iPod will not be charged
- iPod can not play music through the Sony
- iPod will play music through the Sony, but an iPhone won't
Posted on Nov 08, 2011
I have the same problem. I used in on a trip to Europe and plugged it in on 220v. Now I have to replace the power adaptor and I took it to 3 different repair shops. They all told me thye needed to know the specification of the power adaptor, like output voltage and mA in order to change it. But these info are not specified on the adaptor like it should. So I spoke to a sony representative over a online chat and she told me the adaptor doens`t come with the speaker, it's not from sony and they do not have this onformation I needed. So we tried with a 500 mA 3v and the clock was showing but there was not sound, the ipod was not being charged, etc. So we changed it to a 900mA and 6v. It works now! Well, I don know if these are the right specification but everything is working perfectly. I'm just not sure if it can get damaged after a while if these are not exactly the right voltage and power.
Posted on Apr 29, 2012
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