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Ghostly car stereo

Turn on ignition front fascia of cd player cotinually opens and shuts making it impossible to operate . problem started after flat battery

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Hi is thi9s a kenwood mask type unit?
if so it sounds like the flexi/ribbon cable is faulty.

check www.carradiospares.co.uk they may beable to help

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