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CD changer output not working

I bought the special y-adapter that goes into the cd changer input on the head unit and has two rca's on the other end. I used another y-adapter that goes from RCA to headphone jack and then I tried connecting it to an iPod and it doesn't work. I don't know where on the head unit to change source to CD changer? How do you switch to CD changer? I press source and nothing happens. It stays on radio, even thought the iPod is playing. Any suggestions?

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There is an obscure setting for 'AUX' on/off that is hard to find unless you know what you're doing or looked in the manual. Typical Pioneer for ya.

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