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Mp3 player hook up

I have a sansa mp3 player, the nicer kinda bigger one. i am having a problem with the cd player regognizing the mp3 player even though everything is hooked up right. the cd player is brand new, ne suggestions

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Hi are you hooking it up via the CD changer control? or just AUX input?

you may need to enable the AUX input, will check out the user manual and se what i can find out

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Mark

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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