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    Ok thanks Charley. I think i'll do it properly to save any issues. Doesn't sound like it will take long anyway.
     
     

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    Now attempting this, i've been told to get a few fingers behind the glass and pull it out.

    It's a bit stiff and im weary of this, is this the right way?
     
     

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    Ok I got the mirror out. But im stuck, one of the screws is so rusted and just chewed, wont budge. I pulled my old case off to see if I could maybe bang it through, but I can't. Any suggestion?
     
     

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    In the end I just pulled the old case and clipped the new one on.

    Flipping rusty chewed screw
     
     

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