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Face Panel for Kenwood KDC-MP735U

Hi,
I lost face panel of my Kenwood KDC-MP735U car CD player.
Where can I buy this item?
TIA

David
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Hi,
I have a Kenwood KCD-W6027 and I dropped the face panel in a river when I was fishing, It didn't work anymore. I done some web searching and found the correct Kenwood site and ordered a replacement from there. Sorry I can't remember the website address. I hope this has helped.

Mark

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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