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My aux is turned on but I still can't get my mp3 player to play.

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  • stickfishin Aug 08, 2010

    the solution was very helpful.

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So you connected your MP3 player into your auxiliary input of your car stereo system?

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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  • stickfishin Aug 07, 2010

    yes it is connected but won't play

  • Tudor Valean
    Tudor Valean Aug 07, 2010

    How exactly did you connect it? Using what cables?

  • stickfishin Aug 07, 2010

    I used the cable that came with the mp3 player and plugged it into they auxiliary input on the front of the stereo.

  • Tudor Valean
    Tudor Valean Aug 07, 2010

    Try selecting "Aux Ext" as the input signal.

  • stickfishin Aug 07, 2010

    That does not come up as an option to select.

  • Tudor Valean
    Tudor Valean Aug 07, 2010

    Press the "SRC" button so select the Aux Ext input.

  • stickfishin Aug 08, 2010

    Thanks got it working.

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