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"Changer Parked" message

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I have a 2007 Pontiac G6 convertible, and I had the battery die (external lights left on). After jumping the car, I have had the words "changer parked" pop up on the radio when I unlock the car and open the door, prior to putting the key in the ignition to start it. What does that mean? How do I get the words off the radio (reset the message)? It disappears after about 5 seconds.
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Dealership has no clue

I called my dealership and they had no clue. They gave me a 1-800 number to call to Pontiac and they had no idea. They told me to take it to the dealership to diagnose, so if you have taken your G6 to the dealer and got an answer I'd appreciate the post of the answer. Pontiac told me that the message should not appear on the radio. That gave me zero confidence.
I took my G6 in, and the head guy at the service department said that I must have blown the power supply to my CD changer. They put a CD in and it worked fine. The person who wrote my problem up for the service visit saw the message, and then they could not correct it. If you haven't done it yet, put a CD in the radio and see if it plays the CD.
I am only assuming it's the CD player since they put a CD in it and the message went away. I was in for an oil change and they did not charge me for looking at it, so I can only assume my warranty covered it. If you pop a CD in, it plays, and the message goes away, I wouldn't even bother taking it in.
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