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I don't remember the website nor the name of the business, but there is an online car radio repair service. You dismantle the center console and take your radio out and send it in for repair. That website, particularly concerned with G50 Q45's gives detail instructions along with pictures on how to dismantle the center console and remove your radio. You can try Google and type something in the search window like "Q45 radio or stereo repair" and see what you get from the listings.

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