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The only way I think they did that would be if there are speed preset buttons somewhere on the unit. These might be found under the turntable. Perhaps covered up with stickers. What you would do is put tha screwdriver in one if there's two! and adjust it while the disc was playing. To play it at 45 or 33 again you would need to reset it. Best to mark it where it is positioned before adjusting. However if you are recording the 78's then you need only play them back at 45. The software should have an option to convert it to 78.
After putting in the CD, move the switch on the back to the CD/Line In position. (The other switch positions are Off, AM, FM.) The switch is next to the Line In (3.5 mm) jack. Then press Play/Pause on the front of the boombox. This is the single button on the left side (The adjacent pair of buttons are the search (reverse/forward tracks). On the other side of the LCD display are the Stop, Repeat and Program buttons.