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How do I fix the volume controls on my Philips Docking station DS3020? It reads my Ipod/Charges/plays music but will not let me adjust the volume either by using the volume control buttons on the dock

I have tried googling the problem to find a solution,reset the Ipod and unplugged the Docking Station and switched it back on with and without the Ipod connected. Nothing has helped!

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