Question about Kenwood KDC-MP228 CD Player
I've recently bought a car with this Kenwood head unit in it, I'd say by the dodgy in the door it was a very bad home job but it's been working alright but now the screen comes up with "Protect" on it. I turned it off and took the face plate off then tried again to no avail. I even disconnected the battery and still it wouldn't reset. What can I do?
im getting Protect error
One or more spkrs are shorted. disconnect all spkrs and test one at a time with test spkr
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
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