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Go into your Setup menu and scroll down to bluetooth settings.
From here you should see a screen that says "HFP connect device", "A2DP connect device" and "Receiver pin code".
Press the "Set" button to the right side of "A2DP" and it should bring you to another screen that says Pair device.
Go onto your phone settings and make sure you have your bluetooth setting on your phone set to "make discoverable"
Press the search button on the Kenwood unit on the right side and it will start scanning for available devices in the vicinity
Also press the Search button on your phone so it also starts scanning.
Next you should get a message on both your phone that shows the Kvt-514 and also a message on the Kenwood that shows either the model of your phone or your "nickname" (if you named your phone)
Select the Kvt-514 on your phone and it will prompt you for the pin code that was on the first bluetooth setup screen...most likely 1111 (you can also set a different pin code using the "set" button to the right side of the "Receiver Pin Code" on the first bluetooth setup screen)
Enter the Pin code and select "Pair" on your phone.
You should get a confirmation on both the Kvt-514 and your phone that they are connected and you're good to go.
With some decks you can get in using either an all 0 code or an all 9 code entered as the parental passcode.. have you disconnected it from the power supply and let it sit for a bit to see if you can clear the memory?