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    Icon9 Car Stolen Now JVC Faceplate Bad Connection

    My Jeep was stolen and the faceplate was not in the car but the thief tried to get the head unit out anyway. Needless to say he couldnt because I had it bolted on real well. When the police retrieved my vehicle I put my faceplate on and it would not work without stuffing a few pennies under the face. Im thinking that its a connection with the pins thats the problem. A little wiggle and the screen comes back on. Any ideas how I can fix this? Thanks







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    Re: Car Stolen Now JVC Faceplate Bad Connection

    This is the Headunit JVC KD-AVX11 DVD/CD Receiver with 2.7-Inch Monitor and iPod/Bluetooth/Satellite Ready Receiver




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    Re: Car Stolen Now JVC Faceplate Bad Connection

    Insurance claim for theft damage and buy a new one?




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    Re: Car Stolen Now JVC Faceplate Bad Connection

    A picture of the HU without the face on might help.



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    Re: Car Stolen Now JVC Faceplate Bad Connection

    Pennies? you actually stuck pennies in your headunit? I dont even think they are made of copper anymore



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    Re: Car Stolen Now JVC Faceplate Bad Connection

    I'll get a pic. Only had liability insurance at the time. The pennies were placed in between the face and the snap on surround piece around the outside of the radio. Anything would work. The radio just needs to be lifted a little to get power to the face.




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