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Accidently removed the tiny screws behind faceplate

Did I just ruin this stereo? I removed the 4 tiny phillips head screws on the front of the stereo (behind the detachable faceplate).

I can tell that something came loose behind the front plate. Any way to fix?

Thanks.

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  • jeffgrum Dec 20, 2008

    Thanks for posting your feedback scrapin_96. I was able to fix the problem myself shortly after posting my question. What I had done with removing the screws was releasing the 4 black clips that stick out of the faceplate that hold on the face of the stereo. I fixed it by working on it upside down so that gravity was on my side. I think that there are some magnets that help put the clips back in place. When the clips were back in position I was able to put the screws back in and they luckily grabbed the clips back into place. All of this was done upside down with only one person. It would have been easier with a second pair of hands, but got it fixed! Thanks.

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It could just be a plastic clip that broke.Most of the car stereo's ive taken apart only have a thin ribbon of wires that run into the contacts that your face plate connects to.If you actually took screws out of the faceplate then id put them back in and put it back into your stereo and see if it illuminates properly,if it does not then id search on E-BAY or contact pioneer and buy a replacement but most the time it would be cheaper to just buy new stereo.You might want to be more specific with the area you took screws out of,the way im reading it sounds like you unscrewed the screws in the face dock, not the faceplate.Hope this helps.

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