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You can try one of two things. You can pull the fuse to the radio and leave it out for about 15 minutes to allow the radio to reset. Hopefully this is the case. If you don't know where your fuses are, you can also do what's called a dead battery reset. You disconnect the negative side of your vehicles battery and leave off for at least 15 minutes. This will reset all the computers too. If this doesn't work, just remember that the radio is 10 years old and if wasn't taken care of properly will malfunction at some point. Good Luck
try new cd then run cd eye cleaner in it if eye is still not reading cd replace unit since laser is blown..............never turn on cd player in frdiged weather untill vehicle interior is warm as moisture will form on eletronic parts then short out your stereo
Try disconnecting your battery for 10 minutes to reset the radio and factory amp. Disconnect negative terminal only and avoid touching your 8mm wrench to the positive post(s). Read the warnings on top of the battery about smoking and open flames and safety glasses too, or you can read the owner's manual and pull the radio memory fuse for 10 minutes.
The sixth place is where the cd that was being played has to be put before it can take another cd to play. there should be a reset button some where im not sure where yet but I will find out and let you know shortly.
Try using a cd player cleaner disk, then remove the radio fuse in the fuse block wait about five minutes then re-install. This is done to restart the radio. If that don't work disconnect the negative from the battery, wait five minutes then reattach, this will restart the cd player for sure. This will also restart the car computer just so you are aware.
i have a 2002 mustang and my radio did the same thing. when i went to load or eject it would say cd error or no cd. then when i would select load cd, it would say slots full. i had someone unplug the positive cable on my battery and let it sit for a few hours to reset. then when it was hoooked back up and i started my car, the cd player started working again.