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  1. Try 7728 or 7726 If you have not already read this FAQ - please do so... Lost Radio Code - FAQ, PLEASE READ THIS FIRST Hmm... tried 7728, 7726 and 7724, but nothing so far. I'll keep trying multiples of two until I get it. I'll post up what the code is once i get it. Thanks Loren!!
  2. Hi Loren! Basically I'm in the same boat as most people; worked a bit with the battery, had to unplug the radio from the power and now I'm stuck with no radio since I misplaced the code. Info: 2000 Porsche Carrera 4 CR-220 Type 4362 Ser. X5018488 47/98 Any reply would be greatly appreciated!!! EDIT: It is a Becker 1 radio.
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