Q: Q: How do I put the iPod in repeat mode?

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How do I put the iPod in repeat mode?

You can control your iPod with the sound system controls to enter repeat mode. When in repeat mode, the current song will be replayed when it is finished. To turn on repeat mode, simply press the RPT button. Press the button a second time to turn off repeat.

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