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KEH-P8900R hi, i am trying to find a replacement face plate for my KEH-P8900R as water does not go well with the old one and display has packed up. Tom

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SOURCE: I am having KEH-P8900R/X1B/EW PIONEER,

There should be a "band" button on the stereo. you may have to press it several times before you get to AM mode, depending on how many FM stations it will store in it's memory.

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