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Annoying blue light on volume control.. can it be turned off?

I like the cd player, but the blue light on the volume control is blinding. It appears the other lights on the faceplate can be dimmed but not that one. Any ideas??

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The face plate is easy to take apart, just remove the face plate off the head unit and take the hex screws out and put a piece of tape over the bulb on the system board. Then put it back together again.

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