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Kenwood KDC-MP5028 how do i acess they aux button on my radio because i have my i-pod hooked up to my auxillery cords but i cannot play my i-pod

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    i put it on standby then i press the play button and it only gives me 2 options clock and another thig ..it doesint she the aux on or off

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With the unit in standby, press the menu key, use the joystick control to choose aux, and set the aux option to "on"...then press menu again to save...when you next switch on the unit, using the SRC button you can cycle through the available options...cd - tuner - aux..etc etc

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