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William Fritz Posted on Nov 12, 2006
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Can't locate aux function

I can seem to locate the aux function on my DEH-P460MO cd player. I connected a cd-rb20/cd-rb10 cable to run my mp3 player through my cd player. My instruction book says to use the function key and locate the aux function, but the aux function does not come up as an option to pick. What might I be doing wrong

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    My stereo has the choices of CD, Tuner and Aux. I don't know what button I hit, but the CD option went away. I have a CD in the player and need to get it out. How do I get the CD option back?

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Try turning the unit off first - Pioneer manuals are notorious for mentioning this at the beginning of the section, which doesn't really help if you skip to the part that you are interested in.

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