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Using the soundlink wireless music system. was working fine. suddenly, both aux light and wireless light are on. not getting sound output from PC. how do I turn 'aux' off? pressing the 'sux' button or the 'wireless' button on the remote is not getting any results.

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Hi,

Simply plug the small USB key into your computer, turn on the SoundLink system and select your music--iTunes, Pandora®, whatever you like. That's it. No networks to configure, no cables to run. And you can control your music using the handy remote.

Remove the battery in the machine and put back. Also, remove the battery in the remote and insert a good battery.

To turn off youe aux simply press the aux botton on your phone i am sure it will work.

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Posted on Jul 04, 2010

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