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Old 10-14-2019, 11:13 AM   #1
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24J View Slider Interior Trim Removal

I have a 2012 Winnebago 24J View. I need to repair/replace the forward vertical interior slider wall end-cap.

Looking at how to remove the almond colored fascia trim piece? It looks like there is a screw cover piece to access the end-cap mounting screw.

Any ideas as to how to remove that piece to access the screw underneath?

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I see a nail hole puttied over. Leads me to believe that the piece has been nailed in with finishing nails. Wondering if it has been glued as well?
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24J View Slider Interior Trim Removal

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I see a nail hole puttied over. Leads me to believe that the piece has been nailed in with finishing nails. Wondering if it has been glued as well?


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It does look like the center trim is hiding the screws that hold the main frame trim. The wood fill over the pin nails is a give away.
You can call Winnabago and verify it for sure.
I would very carefully remove the trim with a plastic knife starting at one end. Worst case is that you have to reinstall with a pin nailer from harbor freight. Then use the same color trim filler pencil from Home Depot. Know one will ever know if you are carful.
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