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Audiovox kcd3180 undercabinet kitchen cd clock radio --- MOUNTING UNDER CABINET

Just bought one used. Have some brackets and screws and what I'll guess are 3 guide bracket half-loops for the cord, but it seems some mounting parts are missing. Is there a blow-up diagram that I can reference to see how this mounts under cabinet and what parts I may be missing?

Many thanks,
G.W.
Austin, TX

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SOURCE: I HAVE A YORX KITCHEN CLOCK RADIO AND I NEED A

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Hi Art... here is the source I use for most all of my clock parts need

http://www.clockparts.com/?=adwords&gclid=COPqzLyY7akCFYio4Aodvx_LWQ


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