Q: How do I select a play mode while using an iPod?

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How do I select a play mode while using an iPod?

When playing an iPod through the audio system, you can use the audio controls to select the play mode for the iPod. To do so, press the Setup button, then rotate the selector knob to the desired play mode, and press the selector knob. The available play modes are Normal Play, Shuffle Off, Shuffle, Shuffle Albums, Repeat Off, and Repeat One Track.

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