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PhilipSetzer 
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i recently bought a kendwood kdc-x711 HU from a vendor at a swap meet in daytona.

being new to the car audio scene i didnt know that there would be a code required to be entered.

does anyone know how to reset, bypass, or disable the code.

If so please email me at saxman125@hotmail.com

i read the other post that was on the forum, but mine doesnt have a remote

any help is greatly appreciated

Thank You

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i dont know if this would work but if theres just a reset button under the face try that
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PhilipSetzer 
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can you give me an idea as to where it would be located at.

i looked under the flip down face and everything and this is no button that i can press.

would it be inside the actual metal housing?

any other ideas?

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it would be a VERY small button that u could only press with the end of a paperclip and most all i know are somewhere under the facee
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PhilipSetzer 
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the closest thing to that i found was a small push button that i had to push with a pick at the lower right hand corner of the faceplate when it was lowered.

the only thing that it did was interrupt power to the radio or something like that, but as soon as i released it it came back saying that it still needed a code

i dont know if that was it, but i cant find any other pin size holes

any othe rideas?

i really want to hear my system again :(

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Wow, the last time this came up there was a flame war. So, here is a link to that post
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see th eonly problem is that i dont have a remote...can i still enter the code without a remote
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i tried to hold down the volume up buttom and the display button at the same time then enter a code but none of the buttons on the face plate will respond
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You have to have the remote to enter the kcar code.
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