I've been a Toyota parts salesman for twenty years. I can assure you as someone who does this kind of work on my own car, you are fully capable. The best thing to do to get started is go to your local Honda dealer. Since almost all dealers now use some sort of PC
based catalog, at should be very simple for them to print out for you the page that shows the breakdown of that part of your dash. Even though these parts diagrams are meant for cataloging purposes, and don't have disassemble instructions, it should give you the basic idea for which pieces of dash have to come out to get to the device you need to.
Not to discount MxCtlr's advice, but usually a fuse will carry current for more than one thing in that area. If it was a bad fuse, there would be more than one thing inoperative. Still worth checking, though, just as he said. BTW, how old is the car? Does it have an analog clock? Most clocks have been digital for many years now in all makes.