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2006 Subaru Outback radio & climate control display not working

Suddenly lost display on radio and climate control panel. Radio and AC are fully operational, however i can't see the settings. I checked the fuses and dimmer - all working. I appreciate any comments you may have. My radio is in-op...the lights flashed on and off occasionally for months...now, nothing. No lights or sound.

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The faceplate for the radio HVAC is broken. Check your local Subaru dealer for replacement

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Section 15-00: Audio Systems—Service 1999 Taurus, Sable Workshop Manual DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING Inspection and Verification NOTE: Many customers do not understand the limitations of FM reception. Refer the customer to the Owner Guide for information about the limitations of FM radio performance.

Internal diagnostic examination of the integrated control panel, rear chassis unit and audio compact disc player should be left to the authorized radio service center. However, the automotive technician should be able to analyze and isolate radio reception conditions to the proper area or component causing the condition. All radio conditions can be isolated to one of six general areas:
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