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I have a kenwood KDC U353 car stereo and it has gone onto protect mode i have done everything it says in the manual and even taken it out of the car just in case it was damp i have tried putting it back in but still is in protect mode can anyone help me please
The indication of Protect means that the amplifier of the stereo has encountered a serious fault and so is shutting down to prevent further damage. So this can be a damage on the hardware and so must be checked physically and replaced,. Normally the outputs or the power section can short and so result in the indication.
press the menu button for a few seconds, then use the am/fm buttons to scroll through the menu. when you get to clock set hold the seek up or down button for a few seconds. when the clock starts flashing use the am/fm buttons to set the hours and the seek up and down to set the minutes. when the time is set, press the menu button again. it may take you back into the menu. if you wish to exit the menu, simply press the menu button once again.
i have a kenwood kdc-241 car stereo and it has gone onto protect mode i have done everything it says in the manual and even taken it out of the car just in case it was damp i have tried putting it back in but still is in protect mode can anyone help me please
when the speaker wirer has a short circuit or touches the chases of the vehicle activates the protect function. so you need to get it serviced or do it your selves.Read the manual. http://www.kenwoodusa.com/UserFiles/File/UnitedStates/Consumer/Manuals/kdv415u.pdf
THIS USUALLY MEANS THERE'S A PROBLEM WITH THE INTERNAL AMPLIFIER SO FIRSTLY REMOVE THE RADIO AND CHECK THAT NONE OF THE WIRES ARE TRAPPED AND THEREFORE SHORTING THE OUTPUT. IF NONE OF THE WIRES ARE DAMAGED THEN I'M AFRAID THAT YOU WILL NEED TO REPLACE THE AMP IN THE RADIO