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Is this a new problem? Did it work before? Have you tried to check out your manual to see if there is a reset for this device? Here is a link to your manual if you do not have it: http://www.manualslib.com/manual/618267/Jbl-On-Time-200p.html?term=troubleshooting&page=14#manual
I have the same problem, but I got round it instantly by plugging my ipod into the speaker via the headphone port on the ipod and into the audio in port on the speaker. The speaker came with a spare lead as you can plug any mp3 player into it this way. The sound quality seems exactly the same and I dont have to throw away the speakers.If you have lost the lead you need a 3.5 mm male to male headphone lead, just pence in any electrical shop or amazon!
Hi, yes I have an idea what might be the matter, especially if the iPod was in the cradle at the time of the accident, you probably have a couple of circuit board contacts that came loose at the point where the docking terminal meets the circuit board. Fixing this will require some pretty precise soldering and the use of a strong magnifying glass. The broken solder joints will not look quite like the unbroken ones, they may actually be up off the circuit board a bit-or where the solder turns into the green circuit path may have a crack. Either way it will require some nifty soldering as I said. To fix a crack in the green circuit trace this will require scraping a little of the green off the circuit trace ( actual color of circuit board varies slightly by manufacturer ) exposing enough of the copper to solder back across the gap to restore conductivity. This may need to be repeated several times more than likely. Also to find the cracked solder joints you may try to wiggle slightly the entire docking connector while looking at it under magnification, then you may better see the defects. I hope this was of some help, and thanks for choosing FixYa,good luck-Prodzilla.
We also have this problem. Found this info in the product's Q&A on the website: http://answers.thesource.ca/answers/9026/product/1218694/centrios-centrios-ipod-iphone-clock-radio-white-questions-answers/questions.htm
"Ok. there is a way that you can LOWER the wakeup radio volume. turn on
the radio (forget about the alarm right now) and go to the station that
you want. when you get to the station, you should be able to press the
'skip/fast forward' button on the remote. when you do this, number 5
should show up beside the station #. When you do this, it lowers the
overall volume of every volume level, so now level 19 is equal to volume
level 9/10, which for me is loud enough to wake me, but not give me a
heart attack! so, now when the alarm goes of, the volume is a lot lower.
BUT if you want to wake up to your ipod, this method will NOT work, it
will still be up at level 19. so when you turn on your ipod, it will be
really LOUD. again, this only works with the radio."
Also if you are waking to ipod and not radio this was in the reviews: "Fooled with it for a bit and discovered that
you have to turn down the volume of the iPod first before putting it on
the dock. We've tried it a few times just to make sure and it worked
Still not a perfect solution, but a great improvement. Hope this helps someone.
For this type of problem you will need to talk to Emerson Customer Support. They will know if the functions you want will be available to you with the operation of the Clock/Radio and your iPod. The telephone number for the Emerson customer support is 1-800-909-1240. You can call them during the hours of 8am-4:30pm central time USA. Give them the make and model number of your Clock/Radio and ask them for assistance with your problem. I hope this information help you solve your problem. Thank you for using FixYa and have a nice day!
We have an Jensen JiMS-200 and it's a ipod docking station, which has a clock in it. We got no instructions in the box and have no idea how to change the time. I have searched the net without any success... Chez