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Q: How do I play a CD?

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How do I play a CD?

To play a CD, you will first need to insert the CD. Insert the CD by slowly sticking it into the CD slot, face up. Do not force the CD in; it will feed itself in. When you insert a CD, the audio system will automatically turn on the CD setting. If a CD is already in, press the CD button to begin playing the disc.

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