Stopping and Resuming Playback

To stop playing a DVD without turning off the system, press the tabs displayed on the radio. If the radio is sourced to something other than DVD-V, press the DVD/CD AUX button to make DVD-V the active source. button on the remote control, or press the softkey located under the tabs displayed on the radio. If the radio is sourced to something other than DVD-V, press the DVD/CD AUX button to make DVD-V the active source. or the To resume DVD playback, press the  button on the remote control, or press the softkey located under the  tab on the radio. The DVD should resume play from where it last stopped if the disc has not been ejected and the stop button has not been pressed twice on the remote control. If the disc has been ejected or the stop button has been pressed twice on the remote control, the disc resumes playing at the beginning of the disc. tabs displayed on the radio. If the radio is sourced to something other than DVD-V, press the DVD/CD AUX button to make DVD-V the active source.

To resume DVD playback, press the CD/DVD Player Messages button on the remote control, or press the softkey located under the CD/DVD Player Messages tab on the radio. The DVD should resume play from where it last stopped if the disc has not been ejected and the stop button has not been pressed twice on the remote control. If the disc has been ejected or the stop button has been pressed twice on the remote control, the disc resumes playing at the beginning of the disc.

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