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Jsi js4110 need to find a user manual on how to operate without remote, how would i fast forward or start a dvd over again on that dvd player

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The only operations available on the JSI JS4110 without a remote are play, pause, stop, and eject. Since this DVD player "remembers" position of the movie, a different DVD would have to be inserted and played to start that movie over from the beginning. As for fast-forward, this is only available with the remote.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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  1. Usually DVD players DVD players come along with remote controls which have fast forward buttons which have the icon as ">>" .
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