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Topic # 236461 3-Jun-2018 21:14
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Does anyone have a Fusion car radio in their junk box? These are budget head units and the volume regulator on mine has become unusable. I need a radio, but nothing special and I would rather not have to replace the whole unit. The problem appears to be confined to the removable front panel so I would like to try replacing that first if I can find one. Happy to pay postage and a few dollars.

 

 





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  Reply # 2028019 3-Jun-2018 21:51
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It'd be pretty helpful if you can provide a serial number, model number, or a photo to help people know if they have what you need.

 

Also have you considered reaching out to Fusion to see if they sell the part stand alone?




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  Reply # 2028022 3-Jun-2018 22:05
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Fusion doesn't seem to think that serial or model numbers are necessary, at least not in any visible place. I don't have high hope of actually finding something like this, but if anyone actually has something they think might work, I will get further into specifics. I'm looking for a cheap, easy fix. If I can't find one I will just replace the head unit with something better.

 

 

 

  





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  Reply # 2028024 3-Jun-2018 22:09
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Like I said - I, nor I suspect anyone else, can help you without some sort of reference - give us a photo, anything to go by, rather than wasting everyone's time with guess who.




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  Reply # 2028027 3-Jun-2018 22:22
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I did finally find a model number. It was difficult to see. It is CA-ML600. Here is a stock photo. It looks identical to my unit.

 

 

 





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