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Need a manual or need to know how to work the recorder

Its a recorser and you can download music and play music and it records conversations or whatever cant find the manual and I would like to record can you help me? It say emerson on the back says mp205 Thanks Cindy Classic Electronics CDR201 CD Recorder


I need a manual or need to know how to work the recorder.

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