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Cable Hi, I have exactly the same problem. It powers up, then powers off and continues doing this over and over. I saw the solution that was posted; how would you fix the cable? Thanks, Paul

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The difficult part is I have a KDC-X815 and you have a KDC-7024, so I have no idea how different they are internally/mechanically. But if it's any help, here are the (excellent) instructions I used to repair mine. I was able to find a replacement cable at a local stereo shop that also does stereo repair.

http://www.csupomona.edu/~bvnorum/faceplate_ribbon_cable_replace_kdc-715s.pdf

This forum thread has a lot of good info, too:
http://forum.ecoustics.com/bbs/messages/4/162949.html

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