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Forgot how to use my Insignia MP3 player.

I have not used my Insignia MP3 player for a long time. Now I have forgotton the many buttons on the player. Please help me with how to start, stop and opwerup my MP3.

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  • dmahajan Dec 02, 2008

    Thank you for your help. I had to charge the unit first to play it.

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Power up:

If the player is laying flat with the screen facing left, you will see a large circle button and two buttons above the circle. The button on left above the circle is the power button.

To start playing music:
Press the button in the middle of the large circle with a small triangle facing the right (the play button)

To stop music:
Pressing the same button mentioned above will pause the music while pressing the power button I first mentioned will turn off the unit completely and stop the music as well.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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