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By re-reading the complete User's Manual (which I downloaded for free). The directions on how to set AUX + SETUP to OFF were contained in this manual. I had been looking at the Quick Reference Guide (not the complete Manual) which came with the receiver.
Add Alpine's optional "Full Speed" connection cable and you'll be able to use the CDE-9872 to control your iPod. -Crutchfields website
This is compatible with first and second generation iPods touch. fyi- if you have a mini-stereo aux in jack on the deck you can connect a ipod touch compatible mini stereo cable to the earphone jack of your ipod.
Sounds like poor wiring connections. Also, if one speaker shorts out, ALL speakers will shut off, so make sure there aren't any loose wires behind the radio or at the speakers. Sometimes wires get pinched in the door jamb and create a short as well.