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Re: changing the time
If the changer has a seek button or a push on off button depress and hold for a few seconds until the time starts flashing then use the up or down seek to change time. Try it with all buttons until you find the one that makes the time start blinking, repeat the process for the minutes.
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Sorry, but I don't think you can use the rca's for an aux-in. I bought a deh-10 new and there is nothing in the owners manual that even mentions useing the rca's for an aux-in.
Used it long enough to opperate it in the dark and nothing in the setup menues for changing those rca's from outs to ins.
Had to take the vehicle back in to the repair shop. Good thing. Found smaller fuses blown and wires crimped behind stereo in dashboard. Told this could have been the original reason for main fuse failing. Works like a charm now, auto antanna raises, seatbelt light beeps and security system lights up. Stereo also works.
Leaving the other CD's in would not have changed things. This was just a coincidence that it happened then.
You may have a bad laser pick up, that is the most common failure for these when they won't read a disc. You can try running a lens cleaning disc thru it and see if that helps. If it doesn't help, you really need to have it serviced by a professional service center.
The laser pickk up can fail at any given time, it is kinds like a light bulb. Most of the time it works just fine right up until it fails. Nothing you can do about that. Don't blame yourself for changing the magazine. it really had nothing to do with it.
switch unit off. (off button)
push and hold DSPL button for two seconds
the hour didgit should now flash
set the hour by useing the + and - select
when you have correct hour then push the SEL button then do the same for the minuites.