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KCD-135 I can't figure out how to get the AUX to work. I plugged the cable into the front of the stereo for my ipod however when I press the MENU button the menu will not stay on. How do I get the AUX to work for my ipod? Also, a CD is stuck in the CD player. How do I get it out? Also, the radio will not get any stations. Is there a way to get an antenna signal? WE ARE NOT DOING TOO WELL WITH THIS STEREO. Please Help! Cynthia.

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Make shure unit is in standby, Press menu till meny appears on screen scroll to aux and turn it on

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