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Unit on standby

Hello....my name is Tim. I have this Kenwood deck. I can not listen to my xm radio because the auxilary mode is on standby. I can listen to cd's and the radio but not the satellite. How do you get the deck to go off standby?? thanks

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Hello Tim-----your radio has menu options that can be changed- one of these turns on your aux port. to access this GO TO www.kenwoodusa.com on the top of the page click on support then on the left side of the page click on user manuals now on the right side of the page type in k and then scroll down until you get to your model (kdc135) -----on pages 12-13 you will see the instructions to turn on the auxilary mode. If you have any problem drop me an E-Mail at merle840@aol.com


Good luck


Merle

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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