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Playing iPod through my Yamaha HTR-5750

I am having problems with the above. I am not sure which connections to make and to what input source(s). I am referring to page 17 of the original manual and assumed that I would need to connect the cables ends to audio inputs as shown. I tried two cables, without any luck and also tried the sockets on the front of the amp, without any luck.
ANY advice would be REALLY appreciated.
Thanks,
Bob

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