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A L portable speaker for Ipod will only work when Ipod is place on connector without the cradle and held forward

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  • ronfryer1 Jul 26, 2009

    Thank you for your reply but I do not know what the connecting wire tabs are

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The connecting wire tabs are out of alignment.
Take a pin and bend them out lightly to re-locate them to the correct location.

Thanks!

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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    blueextc3221 Jul 27, 2009

    In the cradle there is a connector - there are pins that mate with the ipod. One part is solid (ipod) the reciever has pins - that get bent if the ipod isnt cradled properly.



    Aftermarket products rarely mate well with IPODs



    If the pins are inacessible - your dock is now a paperweight.

    An alternative is to attach foam tape to the required thickness to "auto" tilt it when it is in the cradle.

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