Question about Kenwood KDC-716S CD Player
The other night my car completly shut off due to the battery cables losing connection. I got the connection back and when I started my car back up the stero will not eject a cd, the fm radio works but when I try to get the face to move at all with the open button or by turning it off it doesnt even turn. After pushing the eject button 3 times I got a mech error message. What do I do?
Try the tiny reset button on the front just below the volume down button.
Posted on May 22, 2007
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The problem with it not starting and what you described is most likely caused by the battery cables. You should replace the whole cable from each post on the battery all the way to where it connects to the engine. The part about it dieing in reverse could be related to the loss of ground connections on the computer.
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