Ejecting a Disc

Press the disc. If a disc is ejected from the radio, but not removed, the radio reloads DVD on the radio to eject the disc. If a disc is ejected from the radio, but not removed, the radio reloads the disc after a short period of time. The disc is stored in the radio. The radio does not resume play of the disc automatically. If the movie is reloaded and the RSA system is sourced to the DVD, the player begins to play again.

If loading and reading a DVD or CD cannot be completed, and the disc fails to eject, press and hold than five seconds to force the disc to eject. DVD for more than five seconds to force the disc to eject.

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