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Heel of the hand below the top lip and give it a sharp tap to dislodge it. Carefully pull it forward and lift the locking lever holding the plug in place. There's likely to be a fastener plugged into the plastic body with an integral cable tie holding the cable. If you can get the plug fastener out of it's hole it will be reusable, if not just cut the cable tie. It won't be usable again but I never had any issues not replacing mine. Connect the replacement display, place it in the recess getting it aligned correctly and push it back down so iy locks into place. Switch on and reset time, date and display options.
 

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All the bulbs are working in that display so I doubt changing them will improve things. Sure it may appear clear once the bulbs have been changed but it is likely because the display has cooled down and will likely fade again next time it warms up. It's not an expensive thing to try and if it is just the bulbs a fair bit cheaper than a replacement display so worth a try. I still think it will need a good replacement to resolve it though.
 

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All the bulbs are working in that display so I doubt changing them will improve things. Sure it may appear clear once the bulbs have been changed but it is likely because the display has cooled down and will likely fade again next time it warms up. It's not an expensive thing to try and if it is just the bulbs a fair bit cheaper than a replacement display so worth a try. I still think it will need a good replacement to resolve it though.
agreed, the backlight is definitely lit, I was struggling to see it correctly on my phone when I looked yesterday :rolleyes:
 
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