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Auxiliary display How do I access the auxilary display for the use of my ipod shuffle?

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Look up the manual onlone and it trlls ya everthing ya need to know you need to hold down the setup button for a few seconds and the aux pops up.then your ready to go.

Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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