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Kenwood kcd-mp335 cd player

I hooked up this unit in my car and it works fine. But every time I turn off the car engine and turn it back on, the cd player would reset. Everything that was saved like the radio stations is no more, even when the demo is off. Did I do something wrong? Please help.

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Hazardsneon would be correct. you need to check the two power supply wires on your deck.one should go to your accessories supply and the other should go to a solid power supply (constant power all the time .this is your memory supply to your deck. if it is not connected to a solid power every time you turn of your car the memory will drop out. not sure of the colour code some are different to other countries .check your paper work that came with the unit

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You might have...my best bet would be on the memory wire not being shot solid 12 volts. There are 2 wires meant for 12 volts the red one which has 12 volts on it when the car is turned on only. And the yellow wire which should be at 12 volts all the time. If you have power at the Yellow wire at all times then you might have a deeper issue. I hope this will fix it.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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