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Kenwood Double Din - how to secure in euro ms housing?

 
Old 04-28-2013, 05:21 PM
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Default Kenwood Double Din - how to secure in euro ms housing?

I spent today installing a Kenwood DDX790.

I ran into a problem and I'm seeking help from anyone who has been through the process on this or a similar Kenwood HU.

I used the Euro Motorspeed double din kit and followed the Renntech DIY Avic D3 guide. Everything went fairly smooth except that I have not figured out how I can secure the radio into the Euro MS housing. The Euro MS instructions indicate that there are two radio attachment brackets to the left and right side of the radio -below is the picture they show of it, however my DDX790 does not have brackets like this I've attached a picture of the kenwood in my car with it pulled out so you can see the top side (pic w/barcode).

I hoping that I'm just missing something obvious in how it connects to the housing.

Thanks for any assistance!

PICTURE UPLOADS not working right now-- seems like the site is having problems...will try again later (error msg = "not a valid file" - these are simple .jpg)
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Old 04-28-2013, 08:56 PM
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Euro motorspeed called me back (tonight on a Sunday) and talked me through the install (brackets were attached to the housing (doh) and needed to be removed and reinstalled) . Next time I'll read the directions. Those guys are great!
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Now THAT^^ is great service.
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To add to their good service:

I had an issue with my face plate recently. Six months after purchase, the faceplate cracked. I notified Eurospeed and they immediately responded to my emails and shipped me a new faceplate at no expense within a day or two. It's hard to beat that kind of service!

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+1 on the great service! I have purchased several items from Eurospeed and their support is awesome.
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