I am having trouble with my CD player's display. The screen to show the song, minutes, and what song is scrambled. I cannot see what it says and am unable to change to the next song, change to radio, the only thing I can do is turn the volume down. The attention button does not work either. It seems the screen is stuck and I cannot even eject the CD. What is going on here?
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it's a Canadian Kenwood. http://inform3.kenwoodusa.com/manuals/KDC-MPV8025.pdf
I had the 925 purchased from Ebay, but I sold the car with it.
it's probably the ribbon wire broken between the face and the unit. I know that on Ebay some they use to offer a repair for these type of units.
Kenwoods are awesome. Read the manual, sometimes it gets confused with the Folder trees, if you have to many it goes crazy. It could also be the way the disk is burned, and how the songs are named. I beleive in display options too you can click how things are displayed i.e. folder, artist, song name, title, time. Read your manual.
My wife experienced the same problem this month, December 2008, after owning the KDC-MP825 for 3.5 years (what's up with that?). It would power on briefly, the panel would move, then after 2 seconds it would shut down. After 15 seconds, it would power again, panel motors whir, then shut down. It would keep doing that while the key is in ignition.
This appeared to have solved the problem:
Hold down BUTTON , press the RESET button (you'll need a ballpen to press between the AUTO and SCRL button).
This was the procedure for getting the receiver out of demonstration mode. Maybe the cold weather here in New Jersey placed the unit into demo mode?