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Radio Cover won't stay closed

It was working fine until a few 100+ degree days, and now the radio cover won't stay closed. Does anyone have a solution to fix this? Or what caused it to not stay closed now?

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Can you email me the procedure for this coz mine does not stay down either...
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Hi

To access the radio cover mechanism you have to remove the central trim around the radio, you may have to remove the radio as well whoch is a pain if you do not have the Audio tools.

The cover is a simple device and is easy to remove and check. You will see 2 very small clips that you can press with a flat head screwdriver and the whole unit pops out easily.

If you have problems email me and I will scan and send you the procedure, I bought the bentley manual and is amazing!!

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