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I cannot find ADV in the manual... but it talks about an "Advanced Mode" in a number of places where different sound options are accessible. Perhaps that is the reason for the ADV... you're in Advanced Mode. It suggests that you can change from "normal mode" to "advanced mode" and vice versa when your volume level is set to 0
There is a reset button just to the right of the CD slot, it looks like a reverse dimple. use a ball point pen and push it in and hold for 3 seconds. when you release it, all the settings will go back to default and you will loose preset stations, however, it should release or play the disc. Hope this helps
u need to remove the interior panel around the cd player and on top of the cd player (infinity in my 2000 eclipse) and there will be sum numbers on the top. i don't remember which set of number u need so write them all down and call a dealer ship in the part dept. and they will *** the information and will be able to give u the code over the phone cuz i had the same problem twice and thats what i did both times. hope this is helpful