Question about Kenwood KDC-MP335 CD Player
Ive read the manual and does what it says. It does not go to Demo Mode when pressing the button when in Standby like the manual describes. It remains in Demo and is very annoying to have the damn thing advertise its features to me over and over again. Please help!!
I had the same problem and I called 1-800-KENWOOD. There is a button to the left of your preset station buttons and it is the menu button. It is also the B.Boost button. When in standby mode, press this Menu button and hold it for a second or so and the menu will appear. The manual conveinently left this part out. Once you hold that button you can then move the control knob up or down till it comes to DEMO and then hold the control knob down for 2 seconds to change it from DEMO mode, like the manual tells you to. They always leave out the most important part. This MENU button will be your friend from now on, and it also goes to the option that will set the clock. The people at 1-800-KENWOOD were very helpful should you need more assistance. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
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