iHome won't turn on ¶ 

No matter what you do, you can't get your iHome to turn on.

Dead Batteries ¶ 

Your batteries might be in the wrong orientation or out of power. Unplug the power adapter and flip over the device. Open the battery compartment and take out the batteries. Put them back inside making sure the batteries are in the correct orientation matching the diagram on the bottom of the battery compartment. If the iHome still doesn't work, you have to check if the batteries have power. Put the batteries in another device to see if they power the other device. If the batteries are dead then you can put in new batteries.

Bad Power Adapter ¶ 

Take out batteries but leave power adapter plugged in, then check if the iHome has power. If the iHome has lost power then the problem could be the power adapter or motherboard. Borrow a power adapter that you know works and replace it with yours. If you have the same problem with the new adapter, then you may have a damaged motherboard. If your iHome now turns on then replace your power adapter.

iHome does not respond to remote ¶ 

The iHome itself is functioning, but the remote won't do anything.

Dead Battery in Remote ¶ 

Your batteries might be in the wrong orientation or out of power. Open the battery compartment and take out the batteries. Put them back inside making sure the batteries are in the correct orientation matching the diagram on the bottom of the remote. If the iHome still doesn't respond, you have to check if the batteries have power. Put the batteries in another device to see if they power the other device. If the batteries are dead then you can put in new batteries.

Bad Receiver in Remote ¶ 

Borrow a remote that you know works and replace it with yours. If you have the same problem with the new remote, then you may have a damaged motherboard. If your iHome now responds then replace your remote.

iPod does not register when connected to the adapter ¶ 

iPod fits onto adapter but, neither your iHome or iPod respond.

Problem with iPod ¶ 

Try to connect another iPod that you know works and replace it with yours. If the new iPod does register with the iHome then you may need a new iPod.If the problem still persists then you need to replace your adapter.

Cracked or Bent Adapter ¶ 

Putting on iPod forcefully or dropping iHome could break adapter. Visually inspect the adapter for either cracks or bending. If you see any problems you should replace your adapter.

No sound or muffled sound from speakers ¶ 

Either the radio or iPod says it is playing music but there is no sound.

Check Volume ¶ 

Turn up the volume by using the volume wheel.

Broken Speakers ¶ 

If the sound is muffled or is only playing from one speaker then a speaker may be broken. This could have happened from either dropping your iHome or playing your music too loud. To fix this problem you will have to replace the broken speaker.

Broken Circuit Board ¶ 

If there is no sound coming from your speaker then it is likey that the motherboard is broken. To fix this problem you will have to replace the faulty motherboard.

Buttons or wheels aren't unresponsive ¶ 

If any of the buttons or wheels don't respond then check the appropriate guide.

Unresponsive Scroll Wheels ¶ 

If the iHome doesn't respond to either the "Volume" or "Set +/-" scroll wheel then you can replace the damaged scroll wheel.

Broken Buttons ¶ 

If any of the buttons on top of the iHome don't do what they are supposed to then you will have to fix the broken buttons.

2 Comments

My I Home will not play music from either AM or FM

Help

Frank Larson - Reply

hello no radio in fm and AM help please

joel - Reply

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