Question about Kenwood KDC-MP235 CD Player
It is possible that you have a failure in the powerr section/ power audio output of the set that is protecting the set from furrther damage. First of all disconnect the speakers and check if the protect changes. If so your speakers are shorted, take a test and confirm.If not you will have to take out the set and open to probe into the main board. I would advice this only is you are familiar to do such work or else take help to investigate into the board for possible shorting of the output, the possible failure of mechanism drives, motors or power regulators. The set has to be powered to take the voltage test, disconnect the efffected or faulty section for the protect error statement to change. Now you can replace this component. Hope you fine this adive helpful Good day
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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