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Faceplate Plastic Holder Broken - need to find replacement

The plastic piece that locks in the faceplate broke. looking for a replacement piece and don't know what catalog number it is and where I can replace it without having to buy a whole new stereo. Any ideas? its the Kenwood KDC 135. Thanks my plastic peice to lock in my faceplate (jvc kd-avx1) popped off, i have all pieces. Can this be reassembled easily?

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