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I have a kenwood radio and the radio wont switch off demo mode no matter what i do. I have looked at all wires etc and it still wont save preset stations or settings.. Its driving me mad! When i bought the car, the radio that was in it wasnt working, and the fuse was blown. Could this have something to do with this??

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If it isn't saving stations you need to make sure the yellow wire is going to a constant power source. without knowing what brand or make of radio you have, it is hard to say how to turn off the demo mode.

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