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Sleeve seems to be too big, how do i securely fit the radio in?

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Hello 3134,

I'm assuming that you have the correct mounting sleeve. If not, you need the one that was delivered with the radio or an exact replacement. Also, once the receiver is inserted and locked into the sleeve, you need the appropriate "keys" to release it from the front.

There are some little metal "fingers" (tabs) that need to be gently bent inward until they securely contact the recesses built into the receiver case. The best technique is to push the tabs slightly from the outside and with one hand inside the sleeve, pull on them from the very tip. To insure that the case is centered, bend all of the tabs about an equal amount.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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