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most likely its toast. you can try putting a cleaner disk in but they dont work very good in cars. the 2 big reasons a cd will not play in an older cd player is dust and dirt, if the lens can not read the disk you will not get any sound, next would be the motor that spins the cd. im assuming that you have an orignal cd and not a recorded one and that it is put in with the writing facing up. hope this helps.
Mazda's have a history of this and no one like's to work on them,just want to sell you one,I called a dealer to get mine repaired and other shops,no one work's on them anymore.So I bought a ken wood,had it 11 years,still like new,has clock on it and can remove face.
Trudy I'm not 100percent sure but it sounds like the unit may be bad, I have a chevy cobalt that the radio went bad and the cd player still played the when set in the radio position the face went black and did all kinds of crazy stuff. Hope this helps, Is this the factory radio or an aftermarket unit?
First get a CD Lens Cleaner and try it; if not, disconnect the negative lead from your car battery for about 10 min. BUT! Unless you have the radio code make sure you car radio doesn’t have a anti-theft system; if after this few steps still nothing you have to send it to an electronics repair shop (the CD Lens is bad).