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Kenwood MP925 cant get to work

After about 1 year of use, the deck does not close correctly. After powering on, it goes down, up and off. A few weeks back this started and after 3 or four times it would come on and work. Now it just keeps powereing off. I've seen the same problem posted here and elsewhere many times, yet I have not found a solution. Any suggestions short of throwing it off a bridge would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Kenwood MP925 cant get to work

The ribbon cable to the face plate needs replaced. It's an easy fix and any shop that does car audio repairs will likely have them in stock (mine does). Every shop has their own rates but my shop charges around $65-75 to fix that problem. Call around and ask. The bad part is: J84-0153-05 FLEX-RIBBON CABLE FROM FACE TO MAIN PCB

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