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CD player restarts cd from beginning each time

I listen to books on my Emerson cd player while walking, and each time I turn off the cd player after a walk and then turn it back on the next time, the cd starts over at the beginning. Is there any way to get the cd to start playing again from where I left off the last time?

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1) What year and model is it?
2) Probably not.

I have an Emerson from several years ago that I've taken all apart and put back together.  My guess is, unless it auto powers off when paused, or there's another button besides play/pause, stop, Back, forward, mode, prog, and antiskip, your problem is better-solved with an mp3 player. An ipod shuffle would do fine. The shuffle feature can be turned on or off, and one may jog without disturbing the electronics.

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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