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Playing an iPod

We just had this system installed in our motorhome. It works great for radio, TV, etc. When I plug in my iPod it will only play about 6 or 7 songs then starts the same ones over again. I cannot find anything on the remote that will change this.

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Re: Playing an iPod

Thers firmware update i bet for it u may be able to update yourself witth thumb drive in that usb port in front that should help it from website x50 ok

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