Question about Kenwood KDC-W3534A CD Player
Kenwood KDC-MP438U. I work for a trucking company and have recently installed this model stereo. I had to do some work behind the dash, so I disconnected the stereo, and now that I have re-installed it has went into "Protect" mode. How do I remove the Protect mode. THX
Turn on the car so the radio is flashing "Protect." Look on the front / removable face of the stereo. On it you will find a small round hole - that's a reset button. Find a small paper clip, unfold the clip and stick it gently into the hole. The "Protect" will stop flashing, and Kenwood will be displayed. Unfortunately all your settings/presets will be gone, but at least the stereo is working again!
Posted on Nov 04, 2011
Solution protect mode kenwood dvd receiver
Posted on May 24, 2008
Press the reset button, bottom left hand corner :)
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
Unplug and replug the fuse in the back of stereo
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
Anytime there is a short circuit or your battery down low enough you will recieve this signal. If you press the little "reset button" using a small pin or screwdriver your unit should reboot without the "PROTECT" signal. If seeing this "PROTECT" sign is a result of jumping your car, this will fix it. If the signal persists, then there is still a short circuit and you need to check your connection with the battery. Most likely it is touching the chasis or some othere metal.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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