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If the cd is a copied cd or a non-original cd it just may not be reading the format, if it does it with all cds then you have a problem wih your cd-rom or the cd laser lens. If thats the case then replace the unit.
check the gold contacts on the back of the face and the unit also check the release mechanism theres a little black button (not the reset) that when face is pressed up against it it activates power to the gold contacts thus powering the buttons
I have had quite a few problems with copied discs not reading and it is usually the disc's but however in your case if you know the discs work on another unit then perhaps a later version of the discs were tested when the unit was repaired and therefore your earlier discs would not be recognised by the unit, and therefore your unit needs to be reset and i'm afraid this is not something you can do yourself, speak to northolt and see if this is the case.
Hi dont know if anyone reads this still. First the finger tip control you have to rewire it into the new cd player with a Autoleads PC99-X26 - Peugeot 206 plus connection to your make of radio. Also the wireing problem some times is down to the red and yellow wires being the wrong way round swap them over and this should solve this.