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Kenwood JL-955WAV Speaker System Service Manual

I need ideas for a manual or even what they came from

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: TK-3101 Service Manual

Try www.radioreferrence.com and check the forums.

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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Kelley Buchanan

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SOURCE: JanomeLock JL 603 Overlocker Manual

Not sure if this will help, but try--- www.2instructions.com

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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Oliver

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SOURCE: SERVICE MANUAL KENWOOD TM-271A

Hello,

Please find the manual on the link below:

http://rapidshare.com/files/309866172/TM-271_instruction_manual_B62-1804-00.pdf


Hope it helped.

Posted on Nov 20, 2009

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Gary Albert

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SOURCE: kenwood A701a service manual

If you need a manual for a A701A then email me at [email protected] . I will send you what I have.. I would post (upload) it on here but unfortunately this service isn't available.

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My Kenwood KDC-252U radio just started flashing protect on the screen.

Usually, when you see "Protect", the audio system has detected a short in the wiring. You'll have to check for loose or broken wires and missing insulation on wires that are touching anything else in the vehicle. Check all of the speaker leads from the wiring harness to the speakers.

If you can't find any wiring issues, press the reset button behind the faceplate. To take the faceplate off, press in on the upper left corner and then pull the left side away from the dash. Use a pen point or an unfolded paper clip to press the recessed button. It's below the CD slot a bit left of the center of the main unit.

If the "Protect" message continues, your CD-receiver requires service at a service center.

I hope this helps. You can see a picture of the location of the reset button on page 4 of the manual. You can find a copy of the manual from Kenwood support here: http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/index.php?model=KDC-252U&lang=index . The current link to the manual is http://manual.kenwood.com/files/52d6099c6e64c.pdf .

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Kenwood also has the manual on their support page: http://manual.kenwood.com/en_contents/search/ . Just enter the model number. On this site, you can find the manual is several languages. The direct link to the English version of the manual is http://manual.kenwood.com/files/B64-2764-00.pdf .


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I am installing kenwood kdc-mp443u. it is flashing protect and i can't remove it. can you help please?

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? Wire or insulate the speaker cable properly and press the reset button. If the "PROTECT" code does not disappear, consult your nearest service center.
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My brother has a kenwood KDC-Mp245, PROTECT keeps appearing on the face plate, not flashing. We were told we need the security code, while my brother was instaling it never asked him to set a code is there...

Not that I am aware of? Try 0000 or 1234 if not then call Kenwood and they will help you.

1-800-KENWOOD (536-9663) or (310) 761-8802

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