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    install xenarc without back

    HOw do I install the 700tsv without using the back half of the housing? whats the best way to secure everything inside? I know the screen is held in with pressure clips, but what about the pcb's? Pic's would be great. Thank you.

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    anyone? Please?

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    When I installed mine behind the dash, I just wrapped everything with saran wrap and secured with a rubber band. It's been there for a year with no problems, so I guess it works.
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    do you have any pictures?

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    everything is held together by those 4 little clips your screw in. I dont have pics, but i actually just did mine today without the backing. If you open it up, you will notice the back comes off but the front and the actual internals still stick together.

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    I have a couple pics of a xenarc here:
    http://filebox.vt.edu/users/cholbroo/g35/

    Its held in place by those 4 pressure clips and 2 screws at the bottom to hold in the circuit board.
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    you don't even need to worry about it......I didn't use the back of mine and never had a problem......but then again I guess I never thought about it being a problem.....I didn't think there was anything loose back there to worry about?
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    just checking thank you for all the info.

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    So basically, if you're not using the backing, you can just let all the circuitry hang out in the open? (Unless of course you know something may cause damage to it)...
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    it's not like there are these little gnomes that live back there that will die if they aren't covered up....lol

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