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I had the same issue. I tried opening the dock and could not find anything wrong. It seems the charger was delivering sufficient voltage. So I disconnected power to the charger and reconnected couple of times and it started working again. My charger has a LED light and based on the brightness of the light you can findout if the output voltage is close to 20 volts.
The problem is with the speaker connector to your ipod. I have the same unit. Got to ebay and buy Pyle Home PIDOCK1 or similar docking station. This will solve your problem. You can plug this in and have full functionality back of your speaker. Don't bother trying to fix it these have a real problem with the connector and board buy yourself a docking station with remote for about $15 on ebay and it will fix you up. Plug into the input Jack and you are back in business. You can buy a Pyle Home PIDOCK1 Universal iPod/iPhone Docking Station cheap on ebay and it has a remote. It will fit nicely on your speaker and do everything you need it to do.