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Mode button unresponsive in my 2006 dodge dakota radio.

My factory installed radio is equipped with a mode button to allow you to switch between the radio and an auxiliary piece of equipment like an I Pod or MP3 player. It has an AUX sub mini or mini jack installed. In trying to reset the time I pushed this mode button and it disabled the radio and now displays "AUX". By pushing the mode button again nothing changes. It seems like it's stuck. How do I get it back in the radio mode? Is there something I'm missing?

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After sitting all day in the parking lot at work, I started the truck to go home and everything seemed back to normal. There must be some sort of time related reset. I have not tried pushing the MODE button again and probably won't until I need to.

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