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I connected an external MD to Aiwa XR-EM220 but it doesnt work...

I connected an external MD to Aiwa XR-EM220. I plugged it but dont understand how to switch Aiwa XR-EM220 to MD source. It should be a button like "function" but I can not find it.

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If I remember correctly its the button on the front that says AUX, if not then check with the website and find out for sure http://www.us.aiwa.com/default.asp?page=support&browse=yes&cat=7

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

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Setting the clock
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Take a look at page 4:

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