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Mechanical Face Plate Assembly

Well, I have a friend who doesn't live by you motto, sadly. My husband was given a radio that a friend of ours destroyed. He bent and broke all the mechanical parts on the face plate assembly area. Turns out the only problem was the ribbon that my husband fixed. now we need to order the other parts but we do not know the names of them. We need everthing from the face plate back. Do you happen to know anything about this? And also where can I find a Service Manual for this? Thanks for your time, Walli

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I dont have a manual but you might be able to download a service manual from the following website , I hope its helpful since some parts may not be serviceable on that face plate......... http://www.user-manuals.com/service-manual-KENWOOD-KDC716S.html

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