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No auxiliary source option kdc-mp 235

I recently had to change out my battery and now auxiliary is no longer an option as a source. Can't run my Zune any longer thru the stereo.

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  • brandon531 Oct 01, 2008

    i have the same problem- cannot access the front AUX port on my kenwood. i get "tuner" and "standby" as input options.

  • jimg613 Oct 13, 2008

    Ya i have the same problem were i get tuner and standby i just went out and bought a input so i could play my ipod and not cds and now im out $20 because this messed up thing

  • Anonymous May 03, 2009

    Ditto same problem here

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I have a kdc 135 and i had the same problem. you have to go to standby mode, then hold down the menu button until MENU appears. then toggle up or down with the button on the right and it will say aux. then toggle left or right to turn aux on/off and then after that when you hit source it will come up as an option.

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According to the manual, the AUX input is an optional accessory.

Check to see if the RCA jacks are labeled. I believe they are pre-outs only.





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