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How do I get back from fm to main screen?

I was listening to the fm radio and setting stations, now I can't get back to the main screen. Right & left buttons change station and up button is mute and down buttons set stations. What am I doing wrong?

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Press the menu button, the fm will stop when you switch modes(like pay an mp3) or when you switch the unit off(press on hold the power button.

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