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I can't seem to swithc from radio to playlist mode

I set the radio stations and now I can't get back to the songs that I had already downloaded. What do I push?

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  • shelley_gold Dec 16, 2008

    no black button and no wheel to turn on my sanca clip!

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Push the little black button with the "Home" key and turn the wheel to the headphones. Now push the black button in the center of the wheel.

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