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Every time I put a CD in I get a reset p06 error code

Every time I put a CD in my head unit I either get a reset p07 or a reset p06 error code.I know that the p07 code is for reset cd changer,but I dont have a cd changer.As for the p06 code I have no idea what that is and its not in the booklet that came with the head unit.Can anyone help out w/this problem? THANKS..

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