Question about Car Audio & Video
The serial codes for the device usually is a combination of alphanumeric characters (combination of letters and numbers). You can use the model no to determine where to find the serial. Although you could try to use the barcode serial which should look something beginning with C7000000 + + + + on a label somewhere on the metal casing. the serial should look like the circled one on the right.
You could try the following codes as they seem a bit rampant 1880, 2294, 4813.
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