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I have an ipod cord with power connected to the back of the player, for some reason it will charge my ipod but i cant figure out how to get to the "auxilary" option to actually play my ipod, anyone have any tips?

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Your iPod lead is probably pluged into the CD changer socket so you may need to press the "CD" button twice.

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