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Faceplate is stuck on protect

I was listening to music and all of a sudden my kenwood faceplate read protect..i can not seem to get it to start working again. I do not know anything about this product, I bought the car with the system already inside it. I need help either reseting it or seeing if I need to take it in to get fixed.

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Hi sounds like you have a speaker issue,
try disconnecting the speakers and reconnecting them one at a time.

either that or the power output stage is faulty

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Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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