Yesterday I was trying to fix this litle storage thing under my radio and while removing it I also disconected my radio unit .
When finished I reconected but nothing seemed to be working .
Its not a power loss cause when I press the "display" button it shows the time it seems to be "on" ...
The other task it does is when opening to insert a cd it does, its just fine ... and eject it ..
-but not play it .
The tuner is also "dead" . Generally is not working .
It has a reset button, which i presed but only resets the display time ...
How am I going to find out whats happened ?
The troubleshouting section of the instructions say that :
when "the unit does not work at all" then "the built-in microcomputer may function incorrectly due to noise etc."
And the cure is to reset ...
But no ..!
I had similar problem and found out I had blown a fuse when
connecting the wire.
So I suggest you check your fuses first, if it is burnt verify your wire
connection, correct as necessary and replace your fuse. This has fixed
the same issue you all had described above (Display turns on and CD eject works
but no power).
Another way to test/diagnose the problem is connect your old
stereo; if fuse is burnt you should get no power to your stereo.Hope it helps
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look to see what else is powered by that fuse and power source its some thing in that system and its not the radio. disconect one item at a time and see if it still kills the battery keep doing that till the battery does not die any more and there you find your issue. and be able to fix it this will take some time but you will save lots of $$$$$$ in the end
Just check any transmit buttons, or switches first. If that is ok, then the problem is in the radio, and must be fixed by a qualified technition. There is no simple fix for this im afraid. The radio needs to be removed, and serviced. You could try and disconect your battery for about 5 mins, this should clear any computer error's, and reset things, this may fix your problem.
I had this problem! It was the Cars Battery. Kenwoods unit's fade or go completely blank when there is little power to power the stereo. Try charging your battery or grabing a new one from a scrappy! I was all over the net looking for help but finally sorted it!
P.S. My younger brother had to do the exact thing and it worked for him as well!!!