Question about Kenwood KHD-C710 MP3 Player
SCREEN SHOWING ERROR MESSAGE BUS-E70
I will assume that the error message is immediately shown after powering on, if yes, is there an external device such as a thumb drive, USB mass storage player or an iPod (Video or Nano using KCA-iP300V) attached to the Kenwood KVT-9200? If yes, can you pls try powering it up without any external device?
If none, can you pls try a systems reset? Normally Kenwood units have a small recessed reset button.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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