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I have just discovered that if you pause the player and then let it shut off on its own then press pause again later to wake up the unit and again it will pick up where you were. Now, I don't know if it uses any battery life when it's sleeping so will just have to experiment there. But the key here seems to be NOT actually turning it off. Turning it off will reset it to song #1 every single time. Which is really obnoxious.
To turn the portable player on, press the Play/Pause button until the screen appears. To turn the portable player off, press and hold the Play/Pause button until POWER OFF appears.
To save the battery consumption, the player will do the following: After turning on the power, if there is no operation or playback performed for about 1 minute, the power of the player turns off. If there is no operation for a certain period of time while in stop mode, the display turns off automatically and the player enters standby status. If there is no operation for the next 30 minutes, the power of the player turns off.
That particular player is designed to work that way. Apple made one of their iPods in exactly that fashion, and other manufacturers' mp3 players quickly followed suit. You can pause it but you can't stop it. If you want to change songs, or the order in which they play, you can hit the "M" button and select songs/options from the menu of the RCA.
1. Turn Player on with no disc inside 2. Set the Unit to DVD mode (Not VHS) 3. Turn Player OFF 4. Turn Player on with no disc inside 5. Press pause on the remote control 6. Then key in 3 1 4 1 5 9 [CODE -- will then be displayed on the player display] 7. Key in desired Region number [0 for Auto Multi Region, or manually select 1 to 6] 8. Then Press Pause again 9. Turn off player and wait 5 seconds, then back on again.
the same problem happened with my left control button. i couldnt turn back to the song. so i tried clicking the button several times turning the power on/off. eventually within about a week the button worked again. hope i helped in some way.
I have an Emerson from several years ago that I've taken all apart and put back together. My guess is, unless it auto powers off when paused, or there's another button besides play/pause, stop, Back, forward, mode, prog, and antiskip, your problem is better-solved with an mp3 player. An ipod shuffle would do fine. The shuffle feature can be turned on or off, and one may jog without disturbing the electronics.