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Hey Rachelle.. Sorry to say, but Road Gear is an off brand, and they don't hold up well at all. It sounds to me like the laser it's self has gone bad, and unfortunately not worth fixing.
If you want an inexpensive cd player that will last for a while I recomend Kenwood KDC138 they retail for arround $90, and do a decent job. Nothing fancy, but they do have a front input for MP3 player, or any aux source.
You do not need a code to play CD's in a Panasonic CQ-C7301U. The player handles the standard CD format and also plays burned CD's in WMA or MP3 formats. However, burned CD's in WMA format that contain copyrighted music are not playable. In this case the display will show "PROTECTED".
The error code is a mechanical error fault, possibly something in the mechanics that load the CD onto the spindle motor.
The only sure way to know what the problem is, is to open the unit and let it load a disc and see what happens.
The problem may also be due to a very dirty laser lens, with a dirty lens the laser won't be able to read the TOC (table of contents) and all the CD's will cycle through the changer and a error code will be set.
Best of Luck.