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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have just had some
do you have dirty contacts. i dont know this dock but i am working on old hand stuff here. remember speakers with sockets, then they changed to screws, with a socket you get a build up on the contacts. its called decay, oxidization is another word. that is why some things use gold contacts, great if the item you are fitting is gold as well. usless with a standard contact.
you got an adaptor, take it out and fit it about 10 times. then try it.
also, does the main contact point upwards. remember dust falls. put a cover, a hanky or tissue over the contacts to stop dust.
i dont have one of these but remember, i have used pa equipment and the rubbing of contacts really helps.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
It sounds like an issue with the internal motherboard and possibly the audio jack. I'd reccomend taking it into a local apple store to have them fix it or contacting them via their support website here. Also you may want to consider their price quotes vs purchasing a new one when you talk to them.
Posted on May 24, 2009
It is most likely the 30 pin connector on the Logitech that is the problem. They can break if the incorrect iPod inserts have been used. Try playing someone else's iPod on it, if no go it's busted. Repairs are difficult if not impossible. Sorry
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
SOURCE: iPod Touch 4th Gen will
try cleaning the input socket of the Philips Speakers with a cotton bud, try cleaning the socket of the Ipod touch cable as well.
Have you tried using the IPod touch with different speakers? and does it work? if so the problem lies with your Philips speakers.
I hope this helps, good luck!
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
Yes!!! Check the voltage size, get a docking station 30 pin adapter, which has the same output and input voltage size. and thats gonna solve it for you ok.
Posted on Feb 29, 2012
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