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Purchased a 1995 Honda radio/cassette at a tag sale to use in our hunting camp as a replacement for the honda 1989 radio we have been using which just stopped working. is there anyway to retreive the code to unlock. We have the serial number on the radio but don't know where to find the security code

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Your best bet is with the dealer. I had the same issue and decided to call the manufacturer. I needed to take the radio in and was given a code.

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