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Car radio citroen xm radio/cassette screen very dim. boffin says bulbs probably blown.How do you change bulbs --if at all. I can't see any way in!

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Remove radio unscrew front of radio to expose circuit board and desolder and resolder a new led onto circuit board then replace unit

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