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How do i turn the shuffle mode off my mp3 player please

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  • kevin eastwood Jul 30, 2007

    its not in th play menu

  • kevin eastwood Jul 31, 2007

    IS YOURS THE IITRONICS ONE BECAUSE THATS THE ONE I HAVE

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The shuffle option is located in the play menu.

Posted on Jul 30, 2007

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  • scott gregg
    scott gregg Jul 31, 2007

    the manual says it was sorry

  • scott gregg
    scott gregg Jul 31, 2007

    heres a link scroll down to page 17 http://www.cobyusa.com/manuals/MPC848.pd...
    heres what it says.
    Select Playmode to set the Play Mode options.
    Normal: Play tracks in normal order.
    Repeat One: Play the current track repeatedly.
    Repeat All: Play all tracks repeatedl y.
    Shuff le: Play all tracks in random order.
    Preview: Play the first few seconds of each track.
    Playmode options may also be set by pressing
    theMODE key while playback has been stopped.

  • scott gregg
    scott gregg Jul 31, 2007

    oh ok your tag says MPC-848 256 MB MP3 Player not iiltronics.....

  • scott gregg
    scott gregg Jul 31, 2007

    the player has to be actually in play mode (ie playing a song) before you can change this from repeat 1/all to random or whatever.Just push down the toggle lever and you get into a sub menu then select 'REPEAT' and another menu comes up then make your choice.
    hope this help...trying for a solved rating!!!!! I will keep trying for ya

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