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If I recall from my 98 Disco 1, if you don't have the security code from the owners manual then you have to leave the motor turned on constantly for something like one hour to override the security block and code. I learned this the hard way and then finally found the codes hidden away in the glovebox. Initially I drove around for over an hour (I think it was) with the radio power on and it finally came back on.
Check the door switches for the interior lights and tighten the screws holding these on to make a good earth contact.Knock the door locks lightly with a hammer to get the insides loosened up and lube these with a penetrating spray.