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What does the Bose car cd player code ''CPED'' mean?

Instead of playing my cds, often times my Bose cd player doesn't play it and it says the code CPED on the dispaly. Does this mean it needs cleaning or that it cannot read the cd?

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Get a head cleaner, clean it and see. if it still comes up then its not dirty. its a cd problem.

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