Question about Kenwood KDC148
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenwood deck cd eject problem
Actually, yes! That could very well damage any unit without a protection mode. Unfortunately, in my long time experience in car audio, a deck that spits cd's out has a damaged or misaligned laser lens. This could be caused by driving to fast through pot holes, speedbumps, or going down train tracks. Find an electronics repair shop locally to see if having it repaired will out weigh a new deck. I found one new in box on ebay for $89 + shipping.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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