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My Auxiliry input is turned off and the manual doesn't tell you how to turn it back on... Anybody know how to turn it back on? I press the source button and it doesn't go to aux anymore. It just goes through the cd, turner, and standby.

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You need to have in standby. Press and hold the bost button left of preset station one. Use you am fm on the right side of the radio. Go up or down to find aux to turn in on or off. I had the same prob.

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Try going into the menu and see if it can be turned back on from there. press menu for a few seconds and use am and fm butttons to scroll through the menu and the seek up and down to adjust it .

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