Question about Pioneer DEH-1600 CD Player
Howdy- I bought a used car that has the DEH-16 Pioneer CD player that was working, but stopped. Maybe just fuse in back but I can't get to it unless I take the component out. How would I do that? I took the face off and front off, but can't seem to find any place to unlock the unit from its chassis? Thanks for your help, John
Like many stereos, this needed a set of slide in "extractors" to unlock the radio from the radio chassis. They are just short pieces of steel designed too push the metal slots back that lock the radio in. I just stuck a thin screwdriver back down the sides and bent the metal away from the radio so it would slide out.
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