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95 corolla wagon instrument panel do not light up

All the fuses apear to be in perfect condition, the panel works fine, it just does not light up, the ac control panel is also does not light up.
if any body out there knows what could cause this, pleeeaaaassseee help me out!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Somewhere on you dash is a dial, button or slider that controls the inside dome light it also controls and dims the dash lights. someone has probably turned this all the way down by accident. just find it and turn it back up. it will usually have a light symbol on or next to it. I hope this helps and good luck

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