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Old 11-18-2013, 10:31 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by bcunning View Post
BTW - the tie wraps on the back of mine were apparently added (jerry-rigged) to support the weight of the radio in the black plastic fixture surrounding the radio box. If correctly installed, the radio should have easily slid out of that plastic fixture using the removal tools.
There is a metal insert into which the radio slides. In my original installation, this was loose - there are tabs which should be bent in order for it to secure. If removing the zip ties, be sure to bend the tabs on the insert to stabilize it!


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