Question about Kenwood KDC-MP335 CD Player
Hay i have a kenwood system in my car an havent had a problem today my sister drove it hit a pot hole as i have b4 but it never stopped playing in the past today it did an then started flashing protect an now i carnt stop this aan make it work again
"PROTECT" means that the unit's thermal protection units were activated, which in turn cut off output power to the speakers. The causes for this vary. Usually, it's a problem with the impedance load that the speakers present to the power amplifier inside the receiver. Occasionally, the circuit acts up and activates itself, or playing the unit too loudly has blown a fuse. First, check all the user servicable fuses. You'll find their location and amperage rating in the user's manual. If they're broken, replace them. Make sure that none of the bare wire from any speaker is touching any bare wire from any other speaker. If the unit still won't power up, then I'm afraid you'll have to take it into the shop for evaluation by a qualified repair technician. Best of Luck.
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
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