Q: How do I fast-forward or rewind?

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How do I fast-forward or rewind?

Fast-forwarding or rewinding through a track is very easy. Press and hold the SEEK button with the forward-facing arrows to fast-forward, and press and hold the SEEK button with the rearward-facing arrows to rewind. When you release these buttons, the CD will resume playing.

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