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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum View Post
    I just tried one of my radios that have never had the knobs removed. It took a bit of a tug, but they came off. Perhaps some are "stuck" due to age. The volume is harder because it's small. Perhaps try wiggling, rocking it a bit. I also wonder if silicone Lubricant sprayed in the gaps, then flip the radio face down for a bit.

    They should come off

    Jim
    after thinking about it a bit, I tried it again and realized I am using my thumb and forefinger to "pry" the knobs off. In other words, push your fingers against the face panel and you grip the knob. As you pull, you sort of roll your fingers with your fingernails rolling toward the face, sort of like a claw hammer pulling out a nail. If it doesn't work, regrip and try it again.

    When putting them back on, ote that they are "keyed" with a flat spot

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    note that all that debris on my faceplate must be the camera, right?

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrum View Post
    note that all that debris on my faceplate must be the camera, right?
    Well, I assumed thatĺs what it was.

    Thanks for expanding on the process.

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