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Old 12-12-2017, 03:45 PM   #1
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2008 Astra XR
Default New Volume Knob for CD-40 Opera Head Unit

Hello Astra Cool Cats,

I made a purchase of a CD-40 unit with accompanied screen. The unit powers up on my bench, but I will not know for sure the thing works until tomorrow. I am an optimist and in preparation for my new head unit working, I am looking for a replacement volume knob from such a unit. The current one has been scarred up from a woman's acrylic nails repeatedly scoring the existing knob, making it unpresentable.

Please let me know if you can part with such an item and PM what you might want for compensation.


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