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    Driving along tonight the trip meter and three panels below just went out , suggestions as to how to relight them please , the odometer and speedo still work fine
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    Quote Originally Posted by billywhizz1984 View Post
    I wont have to try this time , last night I could see the segments when shinning a light and just before retiring thumped the dash with no luck , just went and powered up to a full disply , different display to the one discussed but symtoms seem common so at some stage I will have to work out how to remove the assembly and run a soldering iron over the joints I guess , thanks

    It appears I need a hex screw driver and a clue to remove the assembly
     
     

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