Audiovox CR8030iE5 Troubleshooting
Clock won’t turn on
Device not Plugged in
Make sure to plug in your device. This sends current into the clock so it is able to power on and perform its various functions.
Audiovox takes double A batteries; make sure that the batteries are put in with the correct orientation.
Bad Logic Board
Take your clock to a repair technician and have him/her assess the severity of the problem. Unfortunately a solution to this problem is not within the scope of this guide.
Clock doesn’t recognize iPod
Dust accumulated on iPod dock
Blow away any dust from the dock or wipe gently using a clean, dry cloth.
iPod not plugged in properly
Remove any cases off of the iPod and make sure it is securely plugged in to the dock. iPod or iPhone cases can get in the way of proper insertion.
Clock needs to be reset
The bottom left button on the top of the clock can be pressed and held to power off, or simply unplug your device and plug it back in.
Audiovox plays music from iPod but doesn’t charge it
Make sure that the screen has the iPod icon showing; if not press the power button until it is seen.
The docking port does not support certain Apple products. Check user manual on device page regarding compatibility.
Audiovox screen doesn’t display anything.
Clock is not powered on
Power on the clock. Make sure the clock is completely plugged in and batteries work.
The screen may not display anything due to a faulty backlight.
To replace the backlight, see replacement guide:
Bad FM radio connection
Other electrical devices in vicinity
Other electrical devices can interfere with the Audiovox's ability to receive radio signals. Make sure they are moved away from the Audiovox.
Audio cannot be played via auxiliary port (Aux)
Auxiliary cable not properly plugged in
Make sure that the Auxiliary cable is plugged fully into the Auxiliary Port.
Faulty sound system
Check to see that the sound system you are trying to connect your Audiovox (via Aux port) to is functioning properly.
NONE OF THE ABOVE
Check the user guide for other troubleshooting problems or how to use different functions.
This is most likely a problem with the logic board.