Question about Kenwood KDC-2011S CD Player
Posted by Anonymous on
Since there is power to the receiver, you will have to open the set and trace from the main pcb. see if the smps circuit ( main Power) gives the required voltages to the processor boards. You will have to use a multimeter for checking the +5 to the micro processor, the display voltages, the cord to the display, the display drive. only a though test on these units will you be able to arrive at the issue. If there is no response, you will need to replace the main board. hope this helps for a decision. Good day
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