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Replacing remote control

I move last week and my remote control and the system control connector is missing! how do I go about ordering replacements? Or is there any place were I can go to buy these items?
Lea from Santa Rosa California

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Make a search in google by the remote control model, i make one several month ago and found some vendors that cary that particular remote for around $25.
I also found the remote in ebay.
let me know If you can not find the original remote i have the model of another remote that works with the receiver acording to kenwood, but is more expensive.
Joe

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