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Problem Well, I have this player and I have a problem. When turning off the car and vulevo on, the player returns to the start of playback, what could be done for the player to continue playing where you stayed?

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You need a constant source +12 volt coming from your battery. You will need a test light to find a hot wire that you can run the yellow wire on the back of your head unit to. Consult: http://www.installdr.com/QuickWiring.html to find the model of your vehicle and the in-dash wiring for your vehicle.
Please let me know if you need any further assistance.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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Formatting is available only while playback is stopped.
If the OPR lamp lights red due to low remaining battery power, the player cannot be formatted.
All data stored on the player will be erased.
The Content Transfer software included with the player will also be deleted.
If necessary, download Content Transfer from the customer support web site.
The settings of shuffle playback, playlist playback, ZAPPIN playback, and AVLS (volume limit) also return to their defaults.
Follow the steps below to format the Player.
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2 Separate the left and right parts.
3 Press and hold the jog lever for about 15 seconds until the status lamp blinks quickly. Release the jog lever. The OPR lamp lights red.
4 Move the jog lever forward or backward within 30 seconds after the OPR lamp lights red. The status lamp turns off. The OPR lamp lights alternately green and red each time you move the jog lever.
5 Press the jog lever while the OPR lamp lights green. The OPR lamp blinks green quickly and formatting is executed. When the OPR lamp turns off, formatting is complete. If you press the jog lever while the OPR lamp lights red, or if 30 seconds have passed, formatting will be canceled.

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