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I have Kenwood Audio Reciver KRF-A4030.Problem is that I put CD (I burned my music files on it) in it plays 29 seconds and turns off and bliking red light put when i put legaly Music cd on it plays all song.video is here

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I am confused. You mention the Kenwood receiver but say you are putting a disk in it. What are you putting the disk in? It has to be a separate CD or DVD player or computer that you hooked up to the KRF-A4030 receiver. If you are having play issues, it is most likely with your external device.
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I have Reciver And CD player ,but CD player plays ,but Reciver turns off.What to do Sowtfare?
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