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KDC-MP443U - flashes protect

My car stereo flashes protect and wont do anything else i dont know how to turn it off or play music now

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I had the same Prob on my KDC 237. I hit the small reset Button on the front and it fixed it. Hope this helps.

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You can turn it on and off. it is flashin protect when it is on

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