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The system will not find the Aux function anymore meaning I can only use the radio and CD functions. I would like to be able to use my iPod

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  • paul_farus Oct 14, 2010

    how do you get to the setting mode to enable it?

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Hi,
Go to Built-In Auxiliary input setting mode and enable Aux On1 mode to get Aux Input active in unit.
Details are available in user manual page-22
Click Kenwood Support link to download free copy of user manual for KDC-MP205 that will explain it in details.
Thanks.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Oct 14, 2010

    Press SRC button and select Standby display then change settings with <<, >> buttons.
    Or press Menu button for 2 seconds to display menu then do the required changes.


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