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Crosley ijuke problems

I just got my ijuke one month ago and already it is causing me problems. Every now and then as the songs are playing my ipod shuts completely off, however the crosley ijuke power button is still green. I have to press play on the remote control and then the song continues to play again. I know it is not a problem with my ipod as I play it when I travel and never have problems with it then. Any advice you can give me would be great.

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SOURCE: The power went out now it won't turn on.

Look for a fuse or reset on the back of the unit. Check the manaul for their location. You may want to remove the case to check fuses mounted on the board itself. When the power went out something blew. Hopefully it was a fuse. I assume you have tried it at a few outlets already...

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same thing happened to my Crosley (CR17 i-juke) I had an extra plug from an old laptop and it worked! Now if I could only replace the bulbs, they have since burned out
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