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How do you reset this deck

My deck rescently went into protect mode wich means theres a short in the speakerwire and I fixed that now I need to reset it but I cant find the reset button. Anybody know where it is

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  • jfrison Apr 22, 2008

    My player went into protect a few weeks ago, I took it back to place where I got and they said there was a short in the speaker wire they fixed it, but the player has went back into protect mode, my warranty is up what should I do?

  • harleyboss1 Sep 02, 2008

    hello i have a kdcmp438u is wont play its says protect thats all was pling ok then i washed bike whats next its only month old how do i reset

  • cavins_makan Jan 02, 2009

    My problem is that it displays PROTECT and not sure how to fix this....

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There is a reset button on the left front of the deck>

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It was very helpful even though i have different model i found reset button under the usb door it works thanks guys your great model was kdcmp438u

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The reset button for the Kenwood KDC-248U is found by removing the removable face of the stereo. when that is done you should see it there

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    the reset button for the Kenwood KDC-248U is found by removing the removable face of the stereo. when that is done you should see it there

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Yea its just under the volume button, very tiny, and blck, it doesnt say reset its just like a pin ***** size.

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

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