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How to remove the stereo from the sleeve or unlock the stereo from thesleeve

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You will need to use and thin but stiff piece of metal. You will need to remove the bezel around the radio, If the radio is a detachable face, you will also have to detach the face. Insert the the pieces of metal, about 3 inches long, on the sides of the radio. You will only have about a half inch sticking out. You will need to then carefully pry the radio out towards you. It will come out slowly and carefully. Good Luck.

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