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it sounds like you need to input a code to get the cd player to work.check the owners manual for the code and possibly the procedure to input it.you may have to go to the dealer for them to get the code a program it into the player.when you disconnected the battery it went into theft mode thinking it was being stolen.
Unfortunately, 99.9% of the time this means you need to replace your radio/cd player unit. The mechanism that ejects it is probably broken. It happened to my 2005 Equinox and both repair places I called suggested replacement.
I have a 06 Z71 and it did the same thing so more than likely your just going to have to buy a new cd player. I would recommend going with an aftermarket cd player because you probably going to spend just as much on another stock unit.
My CD player did the same thing on my 2005 Chevy Malibu MAXX LS. I know it sounds weird, but disconnect the car battery from the car (resetting the whole car system), and then reconnect. I pressed the eject button on the console, and it ejected my CD with no problem.