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JVC RX-6008v faceplate

I am trying to locate a new faceplate for my RX-6008v. The old face cracked while moving, and it causes receiver to not operate at all. The face will light up for one sec then dim out. I took it apart and it is the only thing found broken with thorough inspection. Please let me know if you have one. Thanks, Cameron

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have a jvc home theater with this next problem, when I turn the display lights up then see the name overload and shuts down the display, and it does not connect the speakers

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