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  1. The above information was really useful since I could not find any YouTube information on this. I found a few changes in dherrick's suggestions to be useful. In step two, I could not pull the connector apart with a needle nose pliers so I used a broad blade screwdriver. I placed it next to the flange on the connector and rotated it and the connector easily came apart. As for step four, the mirror is held to the base with 2 broad brass clips. Just insert a small screwdriver under one of the clips to pop it out of he base and the mirror comes right out. Now, by the time I get the replacement mirror, I hope that I remember the reverse order to put it back together!
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