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Some Head units (cd players) dont like to play burnt discs. I love pioneer (deh-p6000ub)and that is all I use for head units, and sometimes, depending on how you burn the, they wont play. Make sure to use windows media player to burn your files, that might help. If you are using regular store bought cds, then you might need a new head unit, it might be an internal problem.
I recently bought a non working Pioneer DEH-P6850MP off Ebay and found that the ribbon between the face and deck was the problem .When the ribbon was given a bit of a wriggle the deck would fire up and the face would go back in .Dont know if this helps but i didnt see any other helpful hints anywhere ?
Check in the front and you should see a small hole thats about the same diameter as a paper clip. Open up a paperclip to a straight 2 inches and poke it through the hole. It should release the door so you can get it open or at least seat the cd if thats whats making it not open.
Yellow: battery power
Red: switched power
White: left front speaker
Gray: right front speaker
Green: left rear speaker
Violet: right rear speaker
Wires with stripes are the negative speaker leads.