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the radio works
the clock works?
but the dimmer, park lamp in inside is burned out.?
turn the dimmer to make,
of all the other (many) park./dim lights are working then the bulbs are bad. the FSM shows all the steps for removing.
my guess, is you are asking why? above, but are you asking how?
i dont know.
The only bulb you can change would be for the night view, this would be the bulb that lights the back ground of the clock, most models have a replaceable bulb in the rear of the clock,, you will need to remove it and see if yours has a removable bulb, if not then clock must be replaced.
If your problem is that the clock does not work then check the fuses, all fuses and if they are good then clock will need to be replaced.
i bought a tiny 12 or 14 v bulb at ametron (similar ones a radio shack) made in taiwan and at radio shack found in the drawer section. i grafted it into the radio, following a post by another party-- and the dial lite lit up...sorry i no have more info as to bulb size but i am not real savvy in electronics, ...the bulb is about the size of a popcorn kernel and has two tiny wires coming out of it; it fits into a sleeve that is green in color; i think radio shack has a tiny green bulb which willl work as well (mine was white)
Hello first start by opening your engine hood rite behind your head lamp pot is a plug socket simply twist counter clock wise and socket will come out remove bulb and replace turn clock wise to tighten up turn head lights on to check that new bulb works both high and low beam you have now changed your head lamp bulb and restored your lights
hello first open hood go behind headlamp is not working turn the light socket counter clock wise out comes socket and bulb bulb pulls out reinstall new bulb reinstall socket turn clock wise turn on head lights check low beam then hi beam both working well job done.
There is a few fusable links that power that stuff. Did the fuses blow or they no longer have power to them. If the fusable link doesnt blow and there is a short then it will take out all your fuses. I had a fuseable link go and it killed everything.
This light failure often occurs when a bulb goes out and the filament shorts, or when the bulbs are removed or installed without first unplugging the oven from the power line. Either can cause such a failure on the controller.
This can often also affect the exhaust fan operation, too. The lights and fan can be inoperable or stuck on too.
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