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I think you're going to need a new cluster. I don't have your wiring diagram, but my 2000 camaro wiring diagram is below. It has a logic device built in that controls the temp and fuel gages.
The same chip also runs the bulb test at startup. I found a used cluster online here for 70 bucks: http://instrumentclusterstore.com/I852-3662-P1152C4337.aspx
If they all stopped working at the same time then it is probably a fuse or possibly 2. Check your fuse panels in the dash and under the hood. The dash lights and gauges should be a fuse labeled instrument cluster or guages, it is probably blown. The other fuse to look for will be the tail light fuse. This is where I would begin.
The only thing that is left for you to do is to remove the stereo and then disassemble it and remove it yourself. A little daunting but needs to be done. Sounds like it went in wrong and then became jammed
You have to remove the instrument cluster in order to replace the bulbs. This will include removing the knee panel under the steering wheel, the black trim piece in front of the instrument cluster, and possibly the trim and vents surrounding the radio, depending where the screws are located.
Some of the bulb holders may have notched the foil contacts on the board and the bulbs won't light after they are replaced. If that happens, you'll need to bend the tabs on the bulb holder slightly and use your finger nail to flatten out the dent in the foil.
It's not a quick fix, so you may want a dealer to service it. I suggest replacing your bulbs with LED's for longer life.