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Rear brake bulb replacment

I have removed the three screws and the bottom left hand corner will not budge. Is there another screw or am I supposed to do something with the drain looking plug?

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Required tools and supplies:

Box-end wrench suitable for your car's bleeder screws.
(An offset head design usually works best)
Extra brake fluid (about 1 pint if you are just bleeding)
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12-inch long section of clear plastic tubing (sized to fit snugly over your car's bleeder screws)
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12. Close the bleeder screw by tightening it gently.
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