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I can locate no information on your particular machine--even whether it is a serger or sewing machine.
However, sometimes the bulbs are accessible from below where the bulb is located. In some cases, rubber fingers, rubber garden gloves, or a tool will help provide the grip needed to grasp the bulb to remove it.
If there's no screw heads outside, it only means they are accessable from inside the trunk by removing the carpeted panels that just pull out. Don't pull too hard and break or bend them. The bulb is inside a housing you have to twist and pull to get to the bulb. Remove the bulbs and put the new ones in.
I have had this trouble before but with a different model. There may be a plastic screen inside the microwave that will just pop off exposing the bulb. Now all you will need to do is to find out what type of bulb you will need to change the other bulb. I hope this made things easier on you.
If you have a compact fireplace in a cabinet mantle, you will need to remove the front Plexiglas and frame from the front of the firebox. Remove the logs, then the 1- piece ember bed (it just lifts out). This will give you access to the light bulbs.
If you what looks like an old wood stove, you access then from the rear of the unit. Remove the bottom access panel by unscrewing the 4 screws that hold it in place. You can then reach the light bulbs to change them.
In both cases, the replacement bulbs are small base chandelier bulbs.
Not sure if you mean the whole tail light assembly or only the bulb. For either one on that vehicle it should be the same process, more than likely you will have to remove a few screws inside the rear hatch which should allow the tail light assembly to be pulled out. The bulb connector will have a clip or will need turned a certain way to pull the bulb/connecter out of the assembly. Replace the burnt bulb and reassemble. Since I haven't seen the vehicle, there is a chance that is like some cars and the access to change a bulb is accessed from inside the vehicle inside the rear compartments.
they are usually changed from inside the engine compartment. you should be able to gain access to the bulb behind each headlight bazel. the socket often has to be turned to remove it. be careful not to touch the new bulb with your fingers as that will shorten it's lifespan. you may have to remove the battery if the burnt out bulb is on that side.
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open rear hatch and look strait down on inside boot well. the plastic trim has access holes that pop out on either side just behind the lights. pop out the access cover on the side with burnt bulb, then reach inside that hole and you will fins a large plastic "wingnut", unscrew it<careful not to drop it or you'll have to take the whole boot apart to retrieve it> after removing wingnut carefully pop out lens from outside , replace bulb and reinstall after testing