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You will find the manual to your Kenwood KDC-MP238 at this link. The clock settings are found on page 10/11. However for a quick try on your own. Put the headunit on STANDBY then press B. Boost button for 1 second, that will take you into the menu. Select CLK ADJ, press the Control button on the right hand side of the headunit for 1 second. The clock display should start blinking. Now use: Control button up/down changes the hours. Control button left/right changes the minutes. When you set the time, press B.Boost button to exit.
You will need to run independent power and ground wires for the amp, then run your RCA leads from your headunit to your amp, the trigger wire to turn your amp on and off with the headunit is the pink and black wire in the kenwood wiring harness...
The fading (flare) you see could simply be a finger smudge or other stuff. One little scratch won't do it, you'd have to take sandpaper to the lens to see obvious flare.
It's actually harder to scratch a modern lens than most people think. When it happens, it's usually during cleaning when a tiny piece of grit is on the surface and gets rubbed in by the cleaning cloth/lens tissue.
So the first step in cleaning a lens surface is to be sure you remove all dust and dirt without rubbing. The lens cleaning kit you can find in any camera store is a start -- it contains a blower brush. With the lens surface to be cleaned facing down (so dust falls away), brush gently with the tips of the bristles to dislodge stuff. Then use the blower to blow it away. Repeat as needed.
If you still see dust and dirt which seems to be stuck on the surface, take a piece of the lens tissue from the kit and put several drops of the cleaning solution on it, enough to get it pretty damp. (Always apply cleaning solution to the tissue or cloth, never drop directly on the lens surface.) Cover the lens surface with the damp tissue, pressing it into the corners, but do not slide the tissue across the surface. Just lift it away. Repeat with another section of tissue.
Then take a full sheet, wad it lightly, and wet it. You are going to rub lightly, using a roll-up motion as you move the tissue so that dust/dirt is lifted away from the surface and fresh tissue is always coming in contact with the surface. Repeat as needed until there isn't any visible stuff.
Final cleaning can be done with a fresh piece of tissue and a bit of mist from your breath. Mist the surface, and lightly polish with the tissue to remove any remaining cleaner residue.
you need to put the headunit in to STANDBY MODE then press he little DISP button to the bottom left of the volume knob. press it for a few seconds. then it will bring up a menu. hit the volume knob down a few times til you see clock set. then PRESS AND HOLD THE VOLUME KNOB IN THE CENTER then it will blink. press the volume knob up or down for hour i believe and left and right for minutes. Once thats done hit the src button again and its done!
I am not sure exactly what solution you are reffering to, but the KDC-MP532U has a problem with the display going out that is the result of heat stressed solder on the main board. The surface mount resistors that are located on the right side near the front of the unit, as you look into it with the display facing you, are the culprits. This is common in about 3 or 4 Kenwood models. These surface mount resistors are on the top of the board, so the board doesn't need to be taken out to fix it. Just the CD mech does. The surface mount resistors just need the solder reflowed, an easy enough job if you know how to solder. They are all lined up connected to each other, I don't remember the reference numbers, but if you can recognize what a surface mount resistor looks like, you should be able to find them very easy.
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