2003 Sonata radio lamp replacement

Have 2003 Sonata with one of the lamps burned out in the frequency display of the radio. Anyone know the number of the lamp to purchase for replacement?
Thanks, Bob J.
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Hyundai offers no service lamps for this as they're soldered in place. You may be able to get this repaired at an electronics repair shop.
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It would not be a lamp but a small fluorescent screen. It would cost more to remove/replace and fix it it than buying an entirely new stereo. Assuming you could buy the part which I doubt. Anything these days less than $200 is a throw away. Shame, but thats the way it is. John
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The screen is illuminated by a small bulb. To my knowledge, that's what the OP is referring to.
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Remove radio yesterday and took off the front panel of radio and on pc board there are two white plastic lamp guides, each containing a small 12 volt "grain of wheat" mini lamp. Unsoldered two leads, exchange the green plastic covers from the old lamps to new lamps and resoldered them to pc board. Reassembled and reinstalled radio in vehicle. Took abut 45 minutes for the whole job. Works like new. Bob J.
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