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sounds like the changer was plugged into the antenna jack of the radio. this means that you can run it through any radio simply by sending a signal to a preset station on the radio and listening to it through tuner. the control unit ran the changer itself. you may be able to obtain replacement cables from pacparts.com
You can use any CD changer that has an FM modulater. You would listen to it by tuning in to a station on your tuner.
The sales person at any place that sells car stereos would be able to show you the right type of changer.
If your radio has a cd changer controller built into it, you need to check with the dealership to find out what the OEM changer would be. But a FM modulator will work with any car stereo.
Kenwood, Pioneer, JVC, Clarion, Alpine all sell FM modulator CD changers. I would not personally buy any of the cheaper no name brands. The money you save on the cost is not worth the difference in quality. Panasonic is a very good brand for car stereos but not home stereos, but I don't know if they make CD changers. if they do, that would be a good brand.
It should have an fm transmitter that has 3 options (more or less) beginning with 88.5, 88.7, 88.9, etc. pick any one of the three and turn on the cd changer. If it works properly then you should be able to hear your music. The one you pick should correspond with the channel frequency of the radio or head unit.
It might be the lasers wattage has decreased due to the aging of components. did you use a lens cleaner? if not try that then assume that the lens power has decreased. If this is the case take the unit to a shop and have it repaired.