Question about Kenwood KDC-MP235 CD Player
Installed a used deck in new vehicle. worked fine until we hooked up new speakers, now deck reads protect and won't play
You have one of your speaker wires shorted out to the body of the car somewhere, or the speakers that you installed are bad. That is the only two reasons it will go into protect. Correct the problem, then reset the deck - it should work fine.
Kenwood builds this feature in to protect the outputs - so they dont burn up in the case of shorted speakers or wiring.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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