The Kenwood Kdc X889 is a car audio CD receiver. The reset button is used to return the unit to its factory settings. Kenwood is a national brand with service centers to help if these reset procedures are not effective.
Things You'll Need
- Pen or pencil
- Car keys
Turn on your vehicle, but do not start the engine.
The reset button is located on the right hand side of the deck. Locate the number 8 preset button. Just to the right of this button is the reset button. It is a circular shaped button the size of a pencil lead thickness and it is not labeled. If you have trouble locating the button, use the flashlight to help illuminate the area.
Depress this button. If you have do not have smaller fingers, you may need to use a pencil or pen to depress the reset button.
Tips & Warnings
- The reset button will also solve Error 77 and the Mecha Error code.
- This unit is initially set on the Demonstration mode. When using this unit for the first time, cancel the Demonstration mode setting.
- This information may also be used for these additional Kenwood models:
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