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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The only way to retrieve a code would be by calling clarion tech support, but they will ask for the purchase ticket to verify that you did buy it legit.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
The radio SERIAL NUMBER will have to be quoted in order to calculate a code.
This normally begins with M????? or L or C or V
This is found on a label on the radio casing
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Here is a video showing how to remove a standard radio from
A pair of extractors are required (available from Ebay , etc ) but these can be made from 2 pieces of bent, wire coat-hanger or 4 small drills(using the blunt end) or 4 small Allen Keys
or 4 small screwdrivers or 4 nails or even 4 darts.
An assistant is useful to pull the radio out whilst you are releasing the 4
note: on some radios , these 4 holes are protected by 4 small screws. These
can be unscrewed using the appropriate size of Allen key
Posted on May 22, 2010
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