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While transporting some wood for a project I was driving down the highway and had to do an emergency stop (some drunk jackass driving in reverse down the road). In doing so the wood flew into the front of the car and smashed the clock button on the radio. REALLY thankful that I didn't crash and the wood didn't hit the screen. Now I'm looking into fixing the button. Everything I have been reading is saying I need to replace the whole radio face, screen included. Was just wondering if anyone has had a similar problem and knew the best way to fix it without spending hundreds of dollars.

Here is a picture of what happened
http://imgur.com/a/kWFKe

thanks.
 

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While transporting some wood for a project I was driving down the highway and had to do an emergency stop (some drunk jackass driving in reverse down the road). In doing so the wood flew into the front of the car and smashed the clock button on the radio. REALLY thankful that I didn't crash and the wood didn't hit the screen. Now I'm looking into fixing the button. Everything I have been reading is saying I need to replace the whole radio face, screen included. Was just wondering if anyone has had a similar problem and knew the best way to fix it without spending hundreds of dollars.

Here is a picture of what happened
http://imgur.com/a/kWFKe

thanks.
I would buy a radio from a scrap yard or see if any users that have done radio mods have any extra parts. Zepcom comes to mind lol

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