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Can't get to turn the sub On-Off

According to the manual, you push the control know towards AM for 2-seconds and then the option to turn the sub On-Off is displayed. This isn't happening. I can't get that option to be displayed no matter what I do with the control knob. I've tried accessing from stand-bye, aux, everything. Nothing works????

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I had the same problem. The people at Kenwood are idiots when it comes to writing instructions. What you have to do is go to standby mode, hold the menu button until the menu displays. Now, scroll down to where it says "Rear." Push the control knob to the right. Now you have the ability to turn your sub on and off. Once that's done, just go back to CD or Tuner, push the knob down, hold for the two seconds, then it should say "On Sub." It took me a while to figure this one out.

Posted on Oct 17, 2007

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