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The dials have dissapeared

When i start up my engine the dials dissapear completely and i have just a blank screen, and it makes a constant beeping like the lights are on and the door is open, bu they are not.

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Sounds like a blown fuse as the lighter fuse to the parking light fuse to radio fuses can all show this problem. Cheack all the fuses as the altenator won't be charging with some cars that do this. The best way to cheak fuses are to use a test light as a fuse can look look and be electrically bad

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