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Lights out in the left side of dash 2000 Outback Legacy Sedan

Lights have gone out in the left side of the dash (everything to the left of the gear guide in the center). Any ideas on what is going on and how to fix? One mechanic has said to pull dash and replace all lights. I've heard that it could be a hidden fuse. What's right, and what's the best way to get lights back working?

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It sounds like the mech is probably correct..i"ve had to change many a bulb in my dash over the years...293K

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