Question about Kenwood Sirius KDC-MP225 CD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cd player wont eject
You can try pressing the reset button on the display, it is a very small indented button that you need a paperclip or something smaill like that to press it. This is the only user action that can be done.
Do you hear the cd mech making any noise at all (gears trying to turn, motor running)? if not, you may have a supply voltage out for the cd mech, bad ribbon cable, defective loading motor, or one of several other possibilities.
If you hear something trying to happen, it will most likely be a jammed up mech. There is a plastic piece inside the mech that is very difficult to get to that may need to be replaced or at least re-aligned.
If you are not familiar with these type of mechs, you really should not try and fix it, you will most times cause more damage to it.
sorry there was not better news for you. let me know if resettng helps or if you feel you can fix it yourself, I would be glad to offer more help.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
It sounds like the head unit is going bad. If the CD is not that important to you dont worry about it. Also you may want to check the fuses behind the head unit. Also make sure the 12 V+ Memory backup, ground, and Ignition Wires are hooked up correctly. Well, the ignition probably is, but you never know.
I hope this is helpful!
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
SOURCE: tuner error
Use a multimeter to check for connectivity to the sirius. Where did you mount the antenna? Maybe its a reception problem? Sounds like the head unit is going bad. Try shutting it down, and take the pace plate off, let it reboot and see if it works. Check to see if the Tuner is unplugged.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Search here for KENWOOD CODE and check his advice. I believe the code is 5227 and your remote is required to enter the code.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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