Question about Kenwood KDC-MP232 CD Player
This is a similar repair, but the resistors you need to reflow solder on ae on the bottom of the circuit board, not the top like the other models. The reference numbers for the resistors are R130, R131, R133, R135, R136, R137, R138, R139, R140, AND R141.
They are 4.7 ohm resistors and should have "4R7" printed on the top of them. They are not as close together as the other model has them, but if you take the board out of the unit you should be able to find them. Put just a touch of solder on both sides of each resistor. This should be plenty to fix this problem.
It is also possible that you may have another cause for this problem, but this is the most likely cause.
I hope this is some help for you. Let me know if you need further instructions.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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