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You have two possibilities. You can try cleaning the contacts on the back of the radio and on the subpanel with qtips and rubbing alcohol or a pencil eraser. If that doesn't work, you may have bad solder connections on some surface mount resistors inside of the radio. If you are good at soldering they should be on the right front of the radio, you will have to remove the cd mechanism to get to them.
You dont need a code if your radio is working but your cd isnt. You just need to reset the cd player by finding a little small indent on the face and push it in with a sharp pen, pencil or paper clip. Some reset buttons are also found when you remove the face of the radio. You will notice it when you see a little small round hole. Push it in for at least 2 or 3 secs
This sounds like a wiring problem. Double check all of you connections. If the Connections look good then I would check the connections inside the radio. Check the power wire mostly. The wire could have a bad solder joint inside the radio itself.
I just had the exact same problem today, but the radio responds to the remote and buttons on the face. I can eject cds and everything but the display will not work when the face is up. I cleaned the contacts on teh face pice with no resolution to the problem.