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Opening and closing

How can I find a detailed parts list? The screen won't slide in and out. I have found a broken bracket and stripped gears and need to find the parts to replace them.

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Re: opening and closing

I don't know if they sell to the general public but try They carry a full line of Pioneer parts.

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