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Alpine Mp3/CD Player

Hello My name is Clive
The face of my alpine Mp3 player retracts into the player itself. I noticed a slight grating sound when the face comes out but did'nt think much of it. Now the face got stuck in the open positon. I think its the gears that control this function. Are there any spares of this sort? and where can I get them?

Thanks Clive

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Hmmm if you bought the alpine deck originally your best bet might be to call them, and see about getting it properly repaired. otherwise, check craigslist or ebay for broken alpine decks with the tilt function. should be pretty easy to fix. also you could open up the cd player and check to see if maybe something just slipped off.

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