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its the problem of your amplifier section voltage controller. Get it replaced else your might blow up the system .
And to disable volume control u have a rotary potentiometer underneath the face panel accessible by unscrewing the panel . just short circuit the two ends of the POT in order to get the volume control disabled . but this wont solve your present problem ..
i have the same problem... and it hasn't anything to do with the orange backligh.. it's the lcd segments themselves that have slowly started disappearing.... pressing hard on the middle of the top edge or the top left corner usually brings the numbers back for a while...
i think this is a loose connection / contact corrosion issue that seems to be common to 2002 miatas (i've seen at least 3 that have the same issue with nearly the same milage ~20k-40k)
HI, in most cases, this will be a strong indicator of a failed optics assembly. you can confirm by inserting a cleaning disk. if the cleaning process dose not produce positive results, this will confirm optics failure, and the assembly must be replaced in order to restore proper functions.
I have a Kenwood KCD-W6027 and I dropped the face panel in a river when I was fishing, It didn't work anymore. I done some web searching and found the correct Kenwood site and ordered a replacement from there. Sorry I can't remember the website address. I hope this has helped.
I just solved the problem with my kenwood dpx mp 2090U - (looks similar with 501). FL Display with single CD, USB, 2 Din.
I should share this......... as I received the clue from someone that share the same case to me . Thanks to Mr,Nasirbaek from Indonesia,
The problem is at the main board . Dry (bad) soldering occurred. There are more then 5 resistors in series configuration. The resistor is quiet big (1.5mm x 3.5 mm, surface mount type R) about 2,7Ohms.The position is start from near usb port cable and ended to near big transistor (1 x 1.5 cm power transistor). After resoldering check with multitester to make sure that all R are connected in series configuration.
Just open 3 screws to access the main board. 1 at the top case. 2 at cd assembly, then Carefully take out the CD and the CD ribbon cable.
it seems like the ribbon cable,the one connects the face to the main board is damage.
I don't know if you can replace it by your self,because you need a little bit of experience on stereo repair,but you can try.you can order the part from pacparts.com
Part number 168795211