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Demonstration Mode on in dash tv

I can not eject my cd from the in in dash tv i bought because it says demonstration mode is active

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  • bartmoran Nov 15, 2007

    I can't eject the cd. the screen says DISC EJECT and the face comes down but the cd will not budge. I do not hear the machine trying to eject it or anything. I tried resetting the machine but it did not fix the problem

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To turn off, Press and hold in the SRC button and while holding press the reset button. Continue to hold the SRC button until the unit powers back on.

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