iHome won't turn on
No matter what you do, you can't get your iHome to turn on. The wall outlet is properly functioning.
iHome won't get power when AC adapter is plugged in
Check that the connector is plugged into the power supply jack on the back of the unit. The A/C power adapter may need to be replaced. A new adapter can easily be installed.
Bad power cord
If the cord has any visible damage, then you may need a new cord to allow your iHome to receive power.
iHome will not charge iPod
Your iPod/iPhone connects and plays correctly, but it will not charge.
iHome is unplugged
Check to make sure the iHome is plugged into the wall, and that it is receiving power.
Power to the adapter may have been severed
Check that the adapter is receiving power correctly.
iHome dock is broken
You can't physically get your iPod onto the device because the dock adapter is broken or warped.
Installing a new iPod dock connector is very quick and easy.
iHome Clock isn't working right
Clock loses track of time or has malfunctions.
Watch battery may be broken
Your watch battery is likely dead, and can be easily replaced like a regular AA battery.
Speakers aren't emitting sound or the sound is muffled
Make sure that the volume level isn't too high and turn off any bass effects.
The speakers can not be opened. However, new ones can easily be installed.
Bad Circuit Board
The motherboard can be replaced, and a new one may need to be installed. Check the connection with the circuit board. It is possible that only the motherboard connection to the speakers is bad.
A button is Unresponsive or Broken
"You click on a button and nothing happens; it doesn't function properly"
Broken Silver Control Buttons
The silver control buttons may need to be replaced. New buttons can be installed.
Display is not working or it has artifacts
The display behind the clear plastic never turns on or has strange marks.
Display can not be replaced
The display is attached in such a way as to make replacement very difficult.