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Unintentionally, I hit a button I guess, and my menu comes up

The menu is made up of 3 icons, a musical note, a microphone, and a cog wheel. I can't seem to get back to my playlist to just listen to music. It is so frustrating.

The player was a gift and the givers of the gift kept the manual so that they might know how to load music for me.

Please advise how to get back to my playlist.

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  • bmays216 Jan 06, 2009

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    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    please post the entire model #

    thank you

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That looks like a part # rather than a model #
here is a link where you can select your player or enter the model # and get the manual download in PDF Format.
http://www.support.philips.com/support/html/index_us_en.html#../~scripts/xsltransformsearch.asp?url=http://www.sms.philips.com/catalogue/list?sid=SMS||type=CONSUMER||locale=us_en||mode=gcs_text||item=go%20gear%201gb&xsl=search_result_headers.xsl

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