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HOnda Accord 05EX-L 6 cd changer displays error e message !!!!

My cd changer was not working since i ran it almost an hours without running/start engine. I try to enter the code also but still not working.. Appriciated your early input on the same.. Let me know if you need any more info.
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2003 Honda accord want to my 6dise changer code 1210 1672

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Go to the dealer. they warrantied mine when the display went out.

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