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Q: How do I choose a track when listening to a CD?

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How do I choose a track when listening to a CD?

A: To skip to the next track, press the Seek R...

To skip to the next track, press the Seek Right button. To restart the current track, press the Seek Left button. To play the previous track, press the Seek Left button twice.

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