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Stuck in IPOD mode

My stereo plays, but it is stuck on one playlist. I am not able to go to CD or Tuner. I also cannot change songs, but it will continue to play the playlist over and over. Is there a lockout button that I am not aware of?

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Try pressing reset button ... located behind the face on the front of the radio ... after disconnecting from your ipod

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