Question about Kenwood KDC-MP7028 CD Player
I was driving and listening to my stereo and all of a sudden it turned off and started blinking ocer. I looked online and come to find out, it says a wire is touching metal. Well I just got done looking at all four of my speakers and it seems to be that there are no wires touching. Do I need to look at something different, replace speakers, or replace stereo?
U only need to reset the stereo and thats it
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