Looks like you're the only one who actually gives a solution to the problem!!,Thnks BTW. Seems kinda simple, except I don't understand the +5v. thing, whats that to aplly to, where's it from?. I was wondering if you could post or send me a diagram of ho it should be done, any answer would be greatly appreciated. my e-mail is email@example.com.
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Are you talking about the circuit that lights the display? If so, you need to resolder the surface mount resistors in the front right corner on the top of the board. Front right while facing unit with top off and CD deck out. you will see a series of surface mount resistors and they all are connected in series. All of them need to be resoldered. That will make the display work again.
The problem is not the faceplate for any of you, it is inside the main unit. If you know how to solder, you can fix is very easy. First take the top off the unit, there is 1 screw in the back middle. Then take the CD player out. It has 2 screws holding it in at the front corners at the bottom of the CD deck. Use a number 2 phillips and take out the gold screws holding the CD deck in place. Then you can pull out the CD deck, and be careful not to damage the ribbon cable connected from the CD deck to the main board. The deck can just sit up and over to the left to get it out of the way for what needs to be soldered.
Look inside the main unit on the board and you will see in the front right corner a series of surface mount resistors all connected in series. Just reflow that solder on them with a small amount of new solder added and the display will once again work perfectly. That solder is very heat stressed, that is the problem. I have fixed dozens of these over the last few years. Make sure you put it back together the same as it came apart, and you are done.
Method of clearing the programmable security
1. While "– – – –" is being displayed, press [->> ] key for at
least 3 seconds while pressing [AUTO] or [TI] key.
This makes "– – – –" display disappear.
2. Using the remote controller, input "KCAR".
Press remote controller  key 2 times (Input for "K") and
then press [->> ] key.
Press remote controller  key 3 times (Input for "C") and
then press [ ->>] key.
Press remote controller  key once (Input for "A") and then
press [->> ] key.
Press remote controller  key 2 times (Input for "R") and
then press [->> ] key.
3. The security is released and the unit enters the STANDBY
4. If a wrong code is input, the unit goes into the Code Re-quest