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Dewalt Radio Radio stopped working, power is good up to radio. Removed all visual screws, but still can not remove the front or back panel from each other. Is there some secret that I am not aware of? I know that there is a fuse that needs to be replaced, but can't get to it. Need some assistance. Thanks, Chris

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Take all screws out of front perimeter, then there are 2 screws on the back at the bottom right and left you have to look close these screws are deep.

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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