My kenwood kr-v7030 won't turn off anymore with remote or manually.
Either the remote battery are flat or the frequency settings have changed. You can check with the manual the type of frequency it uses to match the that of the Kenwood. Sometimes there are switches you can change to adjust the correct frequency. Others have a learning code set by the manufacturer and are usually in the operation manual. If you want to test whether the remote is transmitting the signal to the Kenwood or not, Please do this...
If you have a digital camera or smartphone camera, switch the camera on and look at the viewfinder or camera screen; for smartphone, in a moment, then point the remote to the camera lens and press the volume button, which keeps sending the signal to the to control the volume of Kenwood system. If you see the infrared light on the remote flashing, then the remote is fine.
Now, about the smartphone camera. Start the camera and switch it for video capture (filming) and then point the remote towards the camera lens, and likewise you should see the remote light when doing the same tests as you with the video camera. If the infrared light lights up when pressing on the volume, the remote is fine.
It could be Kenwood, which requires factory repairs, not by you.
Dec 22, 2014 |
Kenwood Audio & Video Receivers