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Controls And Functions; Replacing The Battery In The Remote Control; Troubleshooting - Yamaha PDX-30 Owner's Manual

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INTRODUCTION
PDX-30 is a portable player dock designed for iPhone or iPod series. The unit
can be operated by the remote control. Also the iPhone or iPod set into the unit
is automatically charged so you can enjoy playing music as long as you want.
Alphabetical letters below (
,
, etc.) can be used for reference to the
illustrations on the separate sheet "Quick Manual" for details.
Suppled accessores
Remote control [
] ...........................................................................................1
AC adaptor [
] .................................................................................................1
(DC 15V, 2.66A, model number: NU40-2150266-I3)
Power cable [
] ................................................................................................1
Owner's Manual (this manual) ...........................................................................1
Quick Manual .....................................................................................................1
Copyrght and logo marks
Phone
, Pod
"iPhone" and "iPod" are
trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
REPLACING THE BATTERY
IN THE REMOTE CONTROL
1
2
Refer to the table below if the unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below, or if the instruction below does not help, turn
off this unit, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
Problem
No sound
Cannot change the volume of ths unt by
changng the volume of the Phone or Pod.
The Phone or Pod dsplay does not change
by pressng the remote control volume keys.
The unt cannot be operated by the remote
control.

CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

Dock termnal [ ]
Connects the iPhone or iPod series. When the iPhone or iPod is connected, its
battery will be charged. When the iPhone or iPod is disconnected, the unit will be
in standby mode. The iPhone or iPod can be connected (or disconnected) anytime.
/
Adjusts the volume level.
Status ndcator (LED) [ ]
Indicates the current status of the unit.
Off
Flashes green
Flashes green once
Lights up green
Lights up green and flashes
3
red
Flashes red
Flashes red once
DC IN 5V jack [ ]
Connect the AC adaptor to this jack to supply power. When the AC adaptor is
connected, the unit will be in standby mode, consuming a small quantity of
electricity. When an iPhone or iPod is connected to the unit in standby mode,
the unit turns on. When the iPhone or iPod is disconnected, the unit returns to
standby mode.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Cause
The iPhone or iPod is not connected firmly.
The iPhone or iPod software version has not been
updated.
The power of the unit is off.
The volume is turned down.
The protection circuitry has been activated by
excessive volume.
The iPhone or iPod being used is not supported by
this unit, or the iPhone or iPod is not connected
firmly.

En
(Volume keys) [ ]
LED status
The current status of ths unt
The unit is in standby mode. An iPhone
or iPod is not connected, or has stopped
playing. (However, lights up for 30 seconds
after connecting or stopping playback.)
Connecting, please wait.
Adjusting the volume level with the
volume keys on the unit or operating with
the remote control.
The unit turns on. An iPhone or iPod is
connected.
Flashes red for 2 seconds: An unsupported
iPod is connected.
Keeps flashing red: Connection failed.
(Connect again.)
The protection circuitry has been activated.
(Disconnect the AC adaptor and wait for
a while.)
The volume of this unit is set to maximum
or minimum.
Remedy
Connect the iPhone or iPod firmly.
Download the latest iTunes software to update the
iPhone or iPod firmware version to the latest.
Connect the AC adaptor correctly.
Turn up the volume.
Turn down the volume.
Use the supported iPhone or iPod.
Connect the iPhone or iPod firmly.

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