Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
Sorry, there is nothing like that available on any car stereos I have ever repaired. I have been repairing many different aftermarket brands for over 17 years.
The Kenwood serial number is on the bottom of the stereo on a sticker along with the model number.
You can pull the radio very easy, take the face and the trim ring off. Then use something very slim and stiff that will fit between the radio and the cage that holds the radio, your radio should have come with 2 metal strips about 6 inches long that are used for pulling the radio. Push those metal strips in along the sides of the radio but inside the cage, and when they are in far enough you can pull the radio out of the cage that holds it. You can pull it out about a little over half way and see the serial number on the bottom.
I hope this helps you pull the radio a little easier, since there is no way to get the radio to display the serial number on the face.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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