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CD player won't work

I just bought a 97 Chevy Pick up with the factory radio/cassette with single remote cd. When I put a CD in it, it acts like it is trying to read the disc, then "error" displays on the player screen and it ejects the disc. Any help is appreciated!

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Firstly is it burnt or factory cd? Most factory cd players won't play a burnt disk.
If you have a store-made cd and it is not reading that, then the lens inside the player is dirty and needs to be blown out with a can of "airduster"

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