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The face plate of the jvc car stereo doesn't stay tight and radio

Goes on and off as you are going down the road. i have never had a radio with a face plate and don't know if i am putting it on right or what i am doing wrong it was in a used vehicle that i just bought

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I suggest some two sided sticky tape. Carpet tape , I thnk it's called.
If you don't plan on ever removing the face again...°¿°

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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