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Hi, I've dropped my face unit and now it has no display. The unit works ok though. Any simple suggestions to fix it? Thanks Ed

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    Ed Holmes Apr 07, 2011

    Hi, its a DEH P70BT.



    Thanks Ed

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Hi,

What it the name and model of the unit that is not displaying any longer after it dropped?

I look forward to your reply......

Bye for now.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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