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Use an iPhone 3g with this. It just stopped recognizing/charging the iPhone when in the dock. I think it is an issue with the dock and not the iphone as i have tried another iPhone which doesnt work either. Can the dock pin connector be replaced on these?

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Yes it can be replaced.

Posted on Apr 11, 2010

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