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I'm actually looking for a part. I accidently broke the knob on the right-hand side (control knob) of the faceplate. The unit still works fine, so my purchasing a $45.00 replacement faceplate is completely out of the question. The sound is unchanged, but the aesthetics aren't there anymore. My aim is to locate an expanded view of Kenwood's AM-FM CD\Mp3\WMA Player model KDC-MP205 with both the parts name and part number indicated so I can order a replacement control knob.

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Try pacparts.com.

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