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Thread: Anybody with a dww-6500/cid650 have this issue when installing?

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    Anybody with a dww-6500/cid650 have this issue when installing?

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    I got the above head unit for my new install and found that the fascia adapter for my car wouldn't sit flush with the main case of the dww-6500.
    The problem lies with the screws which stick out of the sides of the unit not allowing the adapter to pass and reach the front of the unit.
    This results in the screen sticking out almost an inch.
    If anybody knows how to overcome this I would appreciate the advice.

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    can't you just not use those screws...slide it in and secure it from behind somehow.. i did the same with my 1 din k301 motorized screen.. so it won't stick out at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomader View Post
    can't you just not use those screws...slide it in and secure it from behind somehow.. i did the same with my 1 din k301 motorized screen.. so it won't stick out at all
    The screws come from the inside so the head isnt on the outside of the shell.
    There is about 2mm of thread sticking out the sides.
    I cant remove them as far as I know.

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    Sorted it with a hot knife to the fascia adapter

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