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How to get a display ''protect off of my car audio?

Kenwood car audio displays ''protect'' is there a way to get it off? i pushed the reset button and nothing happens please help

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One of your speaker wires to the internal amp is shorted. turn power off and make sure they are not touching metal or each other and then hit reset again. if this doesn't help your power ic may be fried inside the stereo or a speaker is shorted.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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