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Face not detaching

When I turn off the car the face will reverse so that I can press the button to detached it. Now that is not happening. Please help

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HAVE YOU TRIED PRESSING THE eject switch located on the right hand bottom side just below the display ? this switch will work for just 2-3 seconds after u switch OFFthe iginition.
OR
With the stereo OFF (iginition turned ON) press the multicontrol to access face opening ON or OFF .select ON . and the face will always open when iginition is turned OFF .
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