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DVD Won't Eject

I have a '07 Acadia w/ Nav/DVD head-unit. The DVD head-unit will not eject the DVD, I've tried turning the head-unit on/off, turning the car on/off, holding down (5 sec) the eject button which makes the console flip down for the Nav disc, I even ejected the Nav disc but nothing seems to work. Also when powering the head-unit off, it doesn't come back on right away. Sometimes I need to turn the car off then restart and it will come back on or one time it came back on after 5 min. Sounds like either a head-unit hw issue or something with the sw which runs it. Has anyone had this issue or do you know how to manually eject the DVD?

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Some people with this issue have had some sucess disconnecting the negative battery cable for 10 minutes to reset the stereo. After re-connecting the battery, the stereo should reset and the error message should clear at which point the CD player should also function. Apart from this, a service call at a dealer or a car stereo repair specialist are the only alternatives. Best of luck.
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  5. To close the screen, slightly push up on the two outer corners until the screen is in position. Then push the screen in by pushing on the four outer corners until a click is heard.

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