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Does anyone else have this problem?

The lens on my 6 disc changer, the display itself, is kind of foggy. You can see through it perfectly at night, but during the day, it looks almost smoky/foggy behind it, kind of like how a plastic window on a convertible looks when it starts getting old.

Anything I can do about this? Any ideas?
 

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Anybody got any ideas? I'd take a picture but it doesn't seem like it'll come out well on the camera...
 

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Is it fogged up from the inside or outside? Mine was scuffed up and had light scratches on the front so I used some Adams swirl and haze remover and it shined it right up. A little cleaner wax didn't hurt either.
 

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Is it fogged up from the inside or outside? Mine was scuffed up and had light scratches on the front so I used some Adams swirl and haze remover and it shined it right up. A little cleaner wax didn't hurt either.
It's on the inside. Cleaning the outside has no effect.
 

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Hmm ya that sounds tougher. Have you taken the radio and hvac faceplate off? Don't know if you can acecess the plastic part from the back but it's worth a try. It's not to hard to take off either just get something in between the two pieces and pull with some force
 

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Hmm ya that sounds tougher. Have you taken the radio and hvac faceplate off? Don't know if you can acecess the plastic part from the back but it's worth a try. It's not to hard to take off either just get something in between the two pieces and pull with some force
Yeah, that's what I think I need to do but first I'm wondering if a) I can do anything about it anyway, and b) should I chance breaking something to fix it...
 
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