Question about Kenwood KCA-R6A Remote Control
Does it have a internal battery or is it hardwired?
How do I get it out of the holder
If it is built into the receiver it could have a battery or not. You'd have to look at the back to see if there is an accessible cover for replacing the battery.
If you can remove this controller from the unit, try pressing it until it clicks. Many removable remotes can be removed this way.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
I assume it's for a boat, since mine has one. The controller is wired with NO internal battery. It has four nylon screws that mount it to the wall. Double stick tape surrounds the screws on the back. You have to remove the nuts off the screws and gently pry loose the tape with a screwdriver or putty knife.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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