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Sounds like you output IC is fried

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Radio flashes PROTECT


Check you user guide for resetting the radio code. Your dealer (or the previous owner) should have given you the code. It may be in your radio user manual.

Is this the original radio unit or an aftermarket radio unit?

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Radios that are in "protected" mode often indicate a short in a speaker wire or a really bad speaker. Disconnect all eight speaker wires: white, white/black, gray, gray/black, green, green-black, violet, and violet/black. Turn on the radio and see if it still shows "protected". If it does, the radio is defective. If not, connect each pair of speakers back one at a time and see if it goes into protected mode. The one that causes it is the bad wire/speaker.

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Protection light flashing and alarm sounding, unit was running and the unit just quit and the flashing light and alarm came on


Will the unit power up without the cb radio? I would suggest a short somewhere in the system if the protection light continues to shine bright.

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Kenwood kdc-mp345u keeps flashing protect, and i've disconnected the speakers and unplugged the radio for about 30 min, plugged radio back in still flashing protect


Chances are pretty good either the output ic or the volume control ic inside of the radio are bad. Both require the ability to use a soldering iron to replace.

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My Blaupunkt Buenos Aires 200 Radio has for the last 4 days been flashing (PROTECT) howw can i listen to FM radio again please?


First observe the radio device for pause buttons also known as protect that may have been accidentally enabled. Simple press button nknobs to unprotect the achieve broadcasts once more. Also, refer to the owners user manuals or guide for features.

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My car radio keeps flashing protect do i need a code


don't know what kind of radio you have, but usually if a radio is flashing protect it is because you have a short in the wiring, a bad speaker or a bad output ic.

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All it says is protect and nothing works what do i do


the protect message flashes on my KDC MP342U radio. I have unhooked each speakers one at a time and reset the radio but the protect still flashes

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Protect is flashing on the radio


wires are ok but speakers may not be which can put it into protect.other then that your head unit has an issue

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My stereo is flashing the work "PROTECT" across the front


In a Kenwood deck, "PROTECT" usually means that one of the speaker output wires is shorted. The first thing to do is pull the deck and inspect the wiring at the back, making sure there aren't any pinched or exposed wires. If a speaker wire is pinched against the deck chassis, or bare wire is touching dash metal, it can cause your problem. If you don't see anything obvious, disconnect all speaker wires from the deck, then turn it on. If it still flashes "protect", then you have a defect in the unit. If not, then re-connect the speakers one at a time until you find the one that causes it to go into Protect mode. Usually if you don't find a pinched or shorted wire behind the radio, the problem can be found at the speaker itself. This is especially common if you've installed after-market speakers; if a speaker terminal connection has come loose and is now touching the speaker basket or mounting surface, it will shut down the deck.

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