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Kenwood VR-405 Once the volume is turned up to a certain level the system goes into standby

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  • M_D_SELF Mar 15, 2009

    once It urn the volume up it goes into stand by and the it just flashes



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You have some wire touching or cross.

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Note the position of your volume control when the clipping occurs, then remove one speaker at a time and raise the volume. If you identify a speaker as the culprit, inspect or replace the wire running to it and try it again. If you aren't able to find a bad speaker, the problem is internal and will need to be fixed at a repair shop.

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