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Q: How do I use repeat mode when playing music off of a USB drive?

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How do I use repeat mode when playing music off of a USB drive?

A: Using repeat mode is the same on your USB d...

Using repeat mode is the same on your USB drive as it is when you use an iPod with a USB cable:

  1. Rotate the Menu or Menu/Sel knob until it highlights Repeat, then press the knob.

  2. Use the Menu or Menu/Sel knob to select on.

  3. When you want to turn repeat off, repeat the process, but select Off.

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