Question about Kenwood KDC-MP205 CD Player
My Kenwood KDC-MP335 is staying in a constant protect mode. I took my car through the car wash and it shorted something out. I put a fan under the hood of my car and began to dry things out. I checked back in a couple hours and the cd player worked/sent signal to the speakers for maybe 10 seconds then went back into protect mode. I kept the fan running and checked it again about 3 hours later, the cd player then worked about 30 seconds, then went back into protect mode. At that point I thought I'd just let it dry out until the next day. The next day, it was in protect mode immediately after turning the ignition on and after resetting it, it still went into protect mode without ever allowing the play sources to be accessed like it did before. Does it need to be unlocked by a dealer or something or is there still a short or ground issue. What do I do? Any ideas? Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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