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In order to get the radio code.you'll need to remove the radio itself at either side of the radio you will have 2 small square tabs that you have to open.inside their use an allen key and unscrew this should allow you to remove the radio in order to see the "serial number" this is what you need to get the code. sadly given its rover it will be slightly more difficult to attain them.however there are a few radio code websites that maybe able to assist you in acquiring it.https://www.radiocodes.co.uk/
The issue is given that Rover are no longer and are becoming less in demand. its becoming harder to get the codes for them or finding companies who specialise in it..ive had one customer in the past having issues with these radios or getting code. ultimately just replacing it with a aftermarket one sometimes better than the original so that could be something to maybe consider
Yes normally the owners manual is the first place to look. so if you already have it then its worth trying.so long as its the original radio!