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Auxillary input I am having trouble figuring out how to get to the auxillary input setting on my faceplate. I have had it there in the past, but for some reason it disappeared about a week ago. I have gone through the manual thoroughly and there is no solution for the problem. It is not just a matter of pressing the SRC button. That takes you through the available options, but AUX is not appearing. I had a similar problem when the system was first installed, but it was a matter of getting it set up. Because the manual does not have this information it would be great if someone could help me out!! I just need to be able to listen to my ipod.

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There is a setting to called `Aux On' and 'Aux Off' on PAge 27. MAybe it is set to off.

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