Question about Televison & Video
I hate to say your stuck between the proverbially rock and a hard place. Most mobile audio head units have the pass-code to deter theft, so there isn't really a way to deactivate it. The only other way to get the code would be to contact the manufacturer, but they may or may not provide it to you ....its that theft deterrent again.
Some manufacturers will actually provide the code with some type of proof of purchase, but again as this is a person to person sale, unless you were provided the original receipt.
We are back to that pesky theft deterrent.
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Posted on May 20, 2008
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