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FACE HI,i need a detachable face for my Pioneer AVH-5750DVD,if i cant get that one specifically,whats the alternative?

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You can take a piece of tape or a small peice of paper (matchbook anything) and pin back the little tab in the middle towards the bottom that is pressed when you put the faceplate on or goto circuit city and steal one off the floor model i had the same prob gl

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