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Yamaha display bulb

Hi,my display bulb on my yamaha cdx-750e has blown,does anyone know the voltage-wattage of this bulb?its only a small bulb with a orange rubber holder and a red and white wire,i think this cd player is 10 years old.thanks shane

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14VAC, 80mA, d=4.12mm

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I'll have to see a manual but I think its around 6 volts.

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