$L$ is a distributive lattice with top and bottom element($1$ and $0$ respectively). Show that if an element has a complement, the complement must be unique.
This is what I have so far, but am getting stuck on where to go, or if this is even the right route to take.
Let $a\in L$ and $b_1,b_2$ be two elements in $L$ s.t. $a\vee b_1=1, a\wedge b_1=0, a\vee b_2=1,a\wedge b_2=0$ Then by distribution $b_1\vee (a\wedge b_2)=b_1\vee 0=b_1$ and $(b_1\vee a)\wedge (b_1\vee b_2)=1\vee (b_1\vee b_2)=b_1\vee b_2$ So I have $b_1=b_1 \vee b_2$ but this does not help.
Any ideas would be great, it seems like I am close I just cant see the missing part.