Looking for directions on how to reset your IH9 iHome? If your IH9 iHome is not responding, you can often fix that problem by resetting your IH9 iHome. You will not be able to use your IH9 iHome for at least one hour after you have performed the reset, so keep that in mind before you start the reset process.
To reset your IH9 iHome, you will need:
- Your IH9 iHome
- Your iPod
- Remove Your iPod. To reset your IH9 iHome, you will need to remove your iPod from the iPod dock. If your IH9 iHome is not already turned off, you should turn the unit off now.
Unplug Your IH9 iHome. Once you have removed your iPod from the iPod dock on your IH9 iHome, you will need to unplug your IH9 iHome from its power source. As always, exercise extreme caution when dealing with electrical outlets.
- Remove Batteries. In order to continue the process of resetting your IH9 iHome, you will now need to check to see if you have back up batteries inserted into your IH9 iHome. If you do have batteries inserted in your IH9 iHome, you will need to remove the batteries to reset your IH9 iHome. If you do not have any batteries inserted into your IH9 iHome, proceed to the next step.
- Wait An Hour. To complete the process of resetting your IH9 iHome, you will need to let the unit sit for at least one hour. After one hour has passed, you can continue using your IH9 iHome again.
Tip: If you are still experiencing difficulties with your IH9 iHome after you have reset your IH9 iHome, refer to your owners manual or contact iHome directly.
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