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The player is recognizing that a CD has been inserted but is not able to read it.
Sometimes the lens assembly becomes contaminated and obscures the laser. I'd try using a commercial "lens cleaning CD" two or three times and then try a CD again. These lens cleaning CD's are widely available. If cleaning does not help, the player need professional service.
It sounds like your stereo is working properly. I've never seen a
car stereo that was wired properly that you could turn on and listen to
while the car was off with the key removed from the ignition
switch. You would have to move the ignition switch to the
accessory position in order to get the stereo to work. Hope this
helps. Good luck. Mike D.