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JBL OnStage - faulty connection

After using a JBL OnStage speaker unit with my iPod for about 2 years - all of a sudden it won't charge the iPod (still plays) and a 'clicking' sound is present. Is it bust???????

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  • danbriere Dec 03, 2007

    My jbl onstage for ipod stopped playing and charging my ipod from the connecting dock.But it still plays when used whit ear plug connection. What to do???

  • Les the Best May 24, 2008

    I just bought my speaker today and while my ipod is connected it clicks the whole time it plays music. The ipod works fine with earplugs and I have tried different outlets in the house. What should I do?

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Anonymous

According to the user guide the clicking sound seggests a fault with the powersupply.

Posted on Aug 21, 2007

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