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It sounds like a cd is jammed in your player. If you have the radio code, you can try pulling the fuse for the radio and then leaving it out for 15 minutes and putting it back in. Then put your radio code in. Sometimes it will reboot your player and kick the cd out, sometimes not. If it wont, you would have to get it serviced by a professional to get the cd pulled out or replace the unit. Do you have a cd changer or a bose sound system in your audi?
You don't need a region code for play audio or mp3 CD's. The region code comes into play because there are diff. & for displaying images. For a CD player, its universal anywhere around the globe unless you have a radio FM/AM radio installed too. Even then local stations can be picked up according to their broadcast frequency. Thus only a DVD Player gas region codes since options include a decoding algorithm so that it can be used, like PAL/SECAM, etc....sodeep
that is a cd changer you put your cds in there but you control it of your radio unit there should be a button that should activate the cd changer. it doesnt come pre wired so you might have it wired before you can use it.