Subaru Forester: Ejecting all discs from the player (all disc ejection mode) - How to eject CDs from the player (type B) - CD player operation - Audio - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: Ejecting all discs from the player (all disc ejection mode)

1. If you continue to press the button, the player will produce beep sound button, the player will produce beep sound and will enter the all disc ejection mode. At this time, the disc number indicator and “ALL EJECT” indicator will flash.

2. Remove the disc that has been ejected. The other discs loaded will then be ejected one after another. If you do not remove the disc that has been ejected, the “All disc ejection mode” will be canceled.

NOTE
- Avoid driving the vehicle with a CD sticking out, because vibration might make it fall out.

- If you press the while button while the player is in all disc ejection mode, the mode will be cancelled following ejection of the disc that is currently being ejected.

- If you press the button or button while the player is in all disc button while the player is in all disc ejection mode, the player will draw in the discs that have been ejected and play them.

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