Question about Jensen MP5720 CD Player
There is a plastic component with two tabs/prongs that project through the front of the radio body. The faceplate of my Jensen MP5720 is supposed to snap onto these tabs, but the component has no compression to hold it forward to make contact with the faceplate. It just swings/falls back inside the radio. I think someone forced off the original faceplate and broke something off this plastic component or made a spring come off, or both. I don't know what this thing is called, but I'd like to get a replacement. I've taken the radio out of the dash and taken the sleeve off and the front off the main radio body, so I'll definately be able to swap it out if I can get the replacement part. Got any ideas where I should try to find one? Thanks!
I was always afraid this might happen to me so I never removed the faceplate from the radio. This strategy worked fine for two years until two weeks ago. I didn't lock my car because of the freezing rain and somebody stole my faceplate and remote. Anyway I ordered a replacement radio from Amazon last week so I don't have rewire a new one. The replacement cost me $100. I don't really need the rest of the radio so make an offer, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Locate the small plastic tab on the top of your Samsung phone, located in the groove between the faceplate the main phone body. This tab is very tiny, only about one-sixteenth of an inch wide.
Press on the plastic tab with your fingernail.
Continue holding down the plastic piece while sliding the faceplate off the top of the phone. The faceplate only slides off from the top, so don't try to force it in a different direction.
Release the plastic tab.
Line up the new faceplate with the top portion of your phone then slide it downward until it latches into place. You'll typically hear a soft click when the faceplate is secure. When properly placed, the new faceplate should not be able to wiggle or slide unless you press down the plastic tab once again
Read more: How to Change a Samsung Phone Faceplate ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5146822_change-samsung-phone-faceplate.html#ixzz17o6dpgG0
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