Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
The loading mechanism is either out of timing and has jammed or there is a disc that slipped out of the tray that has jammed it. In either case, the unit must be dis-assembled and rebuilt. This is not a repair I'd suggest you attempt without a service manual. The rebuild must be done in the proper order and in the corrct position in order for the timing to be correct. It is rare for parts to be required for this type of problem. Check with a local servicer for the cost to repair.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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