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Kenwood cd player is making static noise, if the fade is not all the way foward

When the fade is up in the foward speakers, noise is clear, when starting to go back with it thestatic noise gets worse

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You could possibly have a speaker wire shorted out, a bare piece of the wire touching metal somewhere that the insulation has worn. and it would be in the rear speaker wires. you might also check for a blown speaker this could cause the problem also.

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Here the full manual:KDC-4020 KDC-3020 KDC-2020 KDC-1020 KDC-1020S.

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