Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
SOURCE: My Kenwood KDC-7024 has just
It's possible the flexible PCB (more of a cable, really) that connects the faceplate to the main unit has cracks in the conductors. This has been an issue with some of the older Kenwood HUs that have the MASK motorized faceplate. The flex-cable gets bent and pinched enough over the years that it eventually cracks the copper.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
SOURCE: can you tell me how
ok, for the kenwood models there is a metal clip on both sides of the cage, each side has one or sometimes 2 teeth that fit into the sides of the deck, picture enclosed, it should be able to slide in and "click" into place. hope that helps.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
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