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Re: radio sound stopped
You may have blown the fuse in the fuseholder for the radio power when jumping. Follow any wiores that come off the battery terminals and trace them to a fuse. Check that fuse and replace if needed. Also check fuse on back of radio.
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it sounds like the USB connector on the face place of the radio has a cracked solder joint. i suggest taking it to a person that know how to solder small objects. your Kenwood has a one year manufacturer warranty it could be some thing to check in to.
This happened to me and the next time I beeped the horn the radio came back on. Then for a long time radio would only come on if you beeped the horn. Battery has since gone dead, when I jumped it the radio now works fine. I am convinced wires are crossed and radio still sucks juice from the batttery even when the car is off. Battery stays charged and starts car if you make sure radio is off before shutting car off for the night. Am taking it to the dealer a.s.a.p. So long story short see what happens when you beep the horn.
if you have access to a jump box to start cars most come with a double cigg lighter plug. by pluging the cord into jump box plug and into your cigg lighter outlet. this will hold power to the radio. you can now disconnect battery without loosing memory.
are you positive it has nothing to do with the antenna? make sure the connection at the antenna itself is good if you havent already, other then that it sounds like your radio function might be done for