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Ipod adaptor i have a kca-420i ipod interface which doesn't seem to charge leaving my ipod run flat and the headunit unable to find it until i switch it on. does anyone elsle have this problem?

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  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    i have a 4th gen Ipod nano and i listen to the music but can't charge in my ALPINE CDA-9856. but before this i had a 3 gen ipod nano and this of course Charged.... damn what can i do... please Help me!!! i don't what to doo now... i have to disconnect and reeconect my ipod ill gona be crazyy helppppp

  • superman1990 Nov 16, 2008

    i have a 4th gen Ipod nano and i listen to the music but can't charge
    in my ALPINE CDA-9856. but before this i had a 3 gen ipod nano and this
    of course Charged.... damn what can i do... please Help me!!! i don't
    what to doo now... i have to disconnect and reeconect my ipod ill gona
    be crazyy helppppp

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I think you need something called a KCE-422I for the type of Stero you have

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

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