Question about Kenwood Here2Everywhere SIRIUS Radio Receiver with Car Kit
My H2E is 1 year and 3 months old. Problem: Unit is not locking up to signal. When first powered up it beeps and displays the Sirius logo. This last for 5-7 seconds and then the screen goes to black for 1-2 seconds. This will cycle indefinatley. When unit is powered down the Kenwood logo is displayed and turns off normally. Is this a microprocessor error?
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Posted on Nov 28, 2007
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I had the same issue. This is what Sirius calls a "Frozen Unit". There is no bypass, unfortunately, and it must be returned.
I had mine for 3 days and it froze on the Sirius Logo screen when booting up. If you bought the unit from Sirius, you must contact their E-Commerce department. If bought from a retailer, take it back to the store.
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It sounds like the unit is malfunctioning. I think I had display problems with my first Sanyo CRSR-10 radio. At that time, it was still under warranty, so I contacted Sanyo and had it replaced.
The new radio lasted a few months, but it eventually died with another problem -- it just loops the startup sequence (Sirius logo + beep) and never loads up to the tuner interface. Unfortunately, Sanyo only honors the warranty period of the original radio and since it had been over a year since I purchased the first radio, they would not replace the second malfunctioning radio.
If you explain your situation to Sirius, I'm sure they will transfer your subscription to a new radio -- it's relatively easy for them to do it. I think they just want to discourage frivolous subscription transfers (and hacking) but if you convince them that your old radio is dead, they should be able to do it.
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