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Backlite Lights for Fan, Temp, Vent Control

Wondering if anyone knows how to change the backlite bulbs that light up the fan, temp, and vent control knobs? My light on the vent discharge location has gone out. Thanks for anyones help.
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They're LEDs bulb. You will need to desolder old bulb and solder in New bulb with a resistor.
If all 3 are out, try playing with the dimmer switch, roll it up and down a few times.
That fix it sometimes

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