Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
What model number is this.
A Kenwood will sometimes eject the disc when you press the reset button.
The reset button is a very small round hole that you need a pen tip or paperclip, something small to press it with. It is on the display.
If you can not find the reset switch you can always unplug the harness in the back of the radio for a minute and then plug it back in, but if you have a security code protected radio you will need to enter the code to use the radio again or use the remote to clear the code. If you need that done and have a remote, let me know and I will post the procedure for that, but i must have the model number of the radio. Be aware that by resetting the unit, you will need to set the clock and preset radio stations after.
If resetting does not work, you will need to take it to an authorized Kenwood service center for repair. There is no other end user method for ejecting the disc.
let me know if you need more help with this, but please remember to list the model number. Thanks
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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