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In order to replace bulbs, look at the back of the mirror. There will be four white circle coverings hiding the screw heads, and these must be drilled open in order to access the screws that hold the two halves of the mirror together (these coverings will not have to be replaced). Once these screws are located and unscrewed, flip the mirror back over and remove the top half. Carefully, replace the bulbs.
You will need a Phillips screwdriver(star), flat screwdriver and a hammer. Unscrew the three screws off the side of the mirror with the Phillips. With the flat screwdriver and hammer GENTLY tap all around, until it comes apart. Replace the bulbs,(if you have nightlights you are not using, those bulbs works just fine.) Set the base back on, aligning the openings onto the grooves and secure with screws.
Here are the instructions, basically you remove the screws on each side and then on side will lift off. I used a flat head screw driver to work around seem until it lifted off. Hope this helps. http://www.conair.com/instruction_booklets/06PM8043%20BE18NX.pdf
The two sides do come apart but tend to stick. Pull the magnifying mirror apart from the mirror that is attached to the stand. You may need to budge it a little on one side and then the other to get it to come free, but it will.
Depending on lamp the bulb is approximately a 1/8 turn with a slight push toward the base to release the bulb, If you have not purchased the replacement bulb take the old one with you, some "high end" lamp stores will have replacements, if not the website will help. Good Luck!