Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
THE KENWOOD KDC-BT645U SAYS PROTECT ON THE SCREEN AND DOESNT PLAY
Check your speakers and speaker wires for and shorts and/or grounds. If they all check good try resetting the radio. If there is a reset switch, it will probably be on the sub panel when you remove the face. If there is no reset switch, you can reset it by disconnecting the wire harness for a minute or so.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a kenwood kdc-mp635 and when i turn on my radio it reads protect...i recently bought it a month ago and it was all fine till a couple of days ago i was driving and it turned off and said "protect"! i reseted it and it worked for like literlly a minute then back into protect mode.. i check all my wires, amps, grouds, cdplayer wiring and cant seem to find the problem... before when i reseted it, it worked for a minute then went into protect....now it doesnt even turn on anymore all it does is reads "protect" i reseted it and still nothing....it doesnt turn on after i checked all my wiring and grouds...im stuck and in-need of help..i have no musicccc.....no radioooo...!!! i dont know what else to do?????
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
SOURCE: kenwood cd receiver KDC-MP436U
Protect:- The speaker wire has a short circuit, or touches the chassis of the vehicle, then the Protect function is activated. Wire or insulate the cable properly and then press the reset button. If the "Protect" code does not disappear, consult your nearest service centre.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Usually the protect is a safe mode to indicate that your set is unsafe. Starrt by checking the speakers, speaker wires for shorting. detach the speaker lines and power on the set for confrimation. check in power/auxially circuits in the set. it is possible that your mechanism drive / audio output drive Ic's could have shorted. Most of these cirrcuits have an error detection of higher current to cut off power and issue a protect warning. so discoonect the IC power to confirm. Hope this helps. Good day
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
Testimonial: "The problem was with speaker wiring.Thanks"
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