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What you need to do is this:
1. Make sure your player is in the mode Standby. Or "STBY" is what I think it sais.
2. Hold down the menu button until "MENU" Pops up.
3. IMPORTANT: Push DOWN on the right stick to go to different options. One should be AUH. This is the option for Auxillary. By pushing right on the right control stick type thing, you should be able to turn it on.
4. Place the radio back in STBY mode. No push the "SRC' or source button to switch between your sources. AUH should be one of them.
5. Plug in your Aux cable and rock out to the MP3 player of your choice.
Normally I don't comment on threads such as these, but I've spent a long time figuring it out, and I thought I'd shared it with others. Hope you find this helpful.

Posted on May 16, 2011

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Try going into the menu and see if you can turn it on and off there

Posted on Aug 31, 2010

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    What you need to do is this:
    1. Make sure your player is in the mode Standby. Or "STBY" is what I think it sais.
    2. Hold down the menu button until "MENU" Pops up.
    3. IMPORTANT: Push DOWN on the right stick to go to different options. One should be AUH. This is the option for Auxillary. By pushing right on the right control stick type thing, you should be able to turn it on.
    4. Place the radio back in STBY mode. No push the "SRC' or source button to switch between your sources. AUH should be one of them.
    5. Plug in your Aux cable and rock out to the MP3 player of your choice.
    Normally I don't comment on threads such as these, but I've spent a long time figuring it out, and I thought I'd shared it with others. Hope you find this helpful.

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Thanks Alot!!! Hats off to you!
The solution has resolved the problem and saved my money too.... I'm able to play my iPOD now.

Thankyou -
Atul

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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