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  1. Hi Loren, I had pulled the radio to get it off the label. I did try the Lost Radio Code FAQ procedure (thank you, that is much easier than pulling the unit). The procedure did yield the same serial number as the label (thankfully). So long story short, I tried the 4702 code again and for some reason it took it on the first try today...everything works. Thank you, thank you thank you.
  2. Hi, thank you for the code unfortunately it didn't unlock the radio. I tried 4700 thru 4722. Any chance there is an alternate code? Thanks.
  3. Hi Loren, I would appreciate any assistance you can provide. I replaced the car battery and alas the radio needs a code; unfortunately I can't locate it. It is a Becker CDR-210 model 2282 serial # V5017243; thank you again for your help.
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