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The radio/disc player won't work

We had to recharge the battery (door was left ajar) two nights ago, battery was dead yesterday morning, so we charged it for 10 minutes, went to breakfast (in the car), came home, didn't go out again. This am we had to recharge again, but the Radio Power on button when pushed displays CODE, no matter what buttons we push, we get CODE or ERR1/ERR2/ERR3 etc if we push the disc buttons at the bottom. We checked the Radio fuse, tested it and it is fine.

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In the owners manual booklet there should be a radio code that you have to punch in in order for the radio to work. This is in case your radio gets stolen no one else can use it. When you change the battery or the battery goes dead you have to put this code in for the radio to work again. The radio code may be on a card inside the leather case the owners manual comes in.. This is where mine was.

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