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it could be a dim adjustment. did you hook up the dimmer wire to the factory harness if so and your dash lights are low then thats the issue. if not then check the brightness on the unit. if that is not lowered then the internal lights inside the unit have started to burnout. if thats the case uninstall it and send it in for repairs
It's more likely to be a surface mounted fuse, this unit has a lot of protection but you need to strip the unit down and continuity test the fuses but be careful there is a large flexible printed circuit board which is easy to damage if you're not careful