Question about Kenwood KDC-128 CD Player
I had the faceplate stolen from my CD player, bought a replacement one off Ebay it was supposed to work it looked perfect and was shipped well packed. In fact the seller offered me a refund. I popped the faceplate and nothing? I have checked the fuse and it's ok. A single red light blinks on the front of the unit when the faceplate is off (perhaps when it's on too you just can't see it) Is there a reset button for the radio? Or something to do with the factory car alarm? Help Please my wife wants a radio and I have no cash for a new one. The car is a 2001 VW Cabrio if that matters. Thank you Gil
KENWOOD MADE TWO DIFFERENT EDITION FOR THIS AND SOME OTHER MODELS. YOUR WILL NEED TO CHECK THE SERIAL NUMBER AND YOU CAN CHECK WITH PACPARTS AT pacparts.com THEY WILL GET THE RIGHT ONE FOR YOU
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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