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How do you turn off demo display in jvc kd-s28

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SOURCE: JVC KD-G322 Demo mode

Hold down the "SEL" button, and use the CD track skip button to scroll to where the display says "DEMO," and use the volume knob to change the setting to "OFF." Push SEL again and you're good to go.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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SOURCE: stuck in demo mode. how do i change it?

Hello jayme84,

To cancel "DEMO" mode on the JVC:

Enter the PSM (personal settings mode) and turn DEMO off.

1) Press and hold "SEL" until the display changes.
2) Use the left/right rocker switch until "DEMO ON" is displayed.
3) Turn the volume knob to select "DEMO OFF".
4) Press "SEL" to exit.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i take unit out of demo mode and set clock?

hold your sel. buton you use to get to bas, mid, and treble, and hole it down for a while till a new menu pops up. scroll using up/ down buttons till you see demo and left right changes the setting for it

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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SOURCE: How do you turn off the demo mode.

I held down the sel button until demo showed on the screen. Released the sel button. Turned the volume control to left or right until it said Demo Off then hit the select button again.

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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SOURCE: How to switch off the demo on a JVC car radio

press and hold the select button and and when it says demo turn the volume knob until it says off then press select

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

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from what i understand it is called "demo mode".
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Hello jayme84,

To cancel "DEMO" mode on the JVC:

Enter the PSM (personal settings mode) and turn DEMO off.

1) Press and hold "SEL" until the display changes.
2) Use the left/right rocker switch until "DEMO ON" is displayed.
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