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I would say either the video cable has disconneted, causeing the led that lights the screen up to not function,, simpley take the bezel around the screen, take the small screws aroud the screen to slightley pull the screen away from the back top to see if the cable is, or has pulled loose...If now the screen is bad..
Most likely the LCD inverter has gone bad. This is the part that provides power to the back-light of the display. In order to replace it, you'll have to get the part number of the LCD. Be aware, they used different LCD in the same size display. It will require removing the bezel and removing the screws that hold the LCD in place so you can get to the back to read the part number of the LCD. The inverter shouldn't cost that much, but if you have a shop do the repair, you're looking at $125-$175. good luck.
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usually when a display is dead one must replace the clock assembly to get the unit to work properly, those clocks arer known for going dim and being defective.....the research i did showed that those parts arent available anymore so i would just use it unitil u want to replace the unit, hope this helps
You can go to a auto zone or a mercedes authorized repair shop and have them hook it the machine and do a computer read and test it will tell what the problem is if you go to Auto zone I dunno If you have one its free anywhere else they may charge.