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I bought a Kenwood KVT-815dvd player and got everything hooked up to only find out that it had a security code. The problem now is that I got it from a pawn store and they did not even know that it had a security code on it. So is their a way I can bypass they password or just reset the whole unit so that it does not have one. Also, where is the memory for this unit?
you need a mask key, it is a type of code, you need to use it if you disconnect from the live. There is a company on ebay where you can post your kvt m700 off to and they remove the code so you don't need the mask key any more. I don't know if they are reliable or not, you will have to look into it.
Bu the sounds of it, you will only need to enter the mask code if the memory wire becomes disconnected, so I would assume that you have your power(red) and memory/constant 12v backword, or both hooked up to the power wire