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I have a honda accord EX 2006 w/out Nav. I was listening to my cd player when all of a sudden I got Mecha Error message on the display screen. I couldn't eject my cds or anything. The next day I had to get my battery replaced and now it doesn't even recognize that I have a cd player, my radio, xm, climate controls work. But my cd player doesn't. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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