Question about Kenwood KDC-M7024 CD Player
This is the part number for the only ribbon cable that has micro switches on it:
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Those micro switches detect how far the display moves in and out.
All of those type of ribbon cables also have the part number on them. Look at the part of the cable that overlaps the connector that it plugs into. That way you can be sure this is the right cable.
I have fixed many of these type of radios and have not seen the micro switches brake on that cable. They have a very thin piece that gets pushed in, it could be mistaken for a broken switch.
The most common ribbon cable that goes bad on these radios are the one that connects the 2 displays together. It has a metal connector jack on it and the part number is J84-0154-05
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Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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