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Old 12-08-2018, 04:10 PM   #1
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Removing instrument cluster

Just bought an '06 Itasca 39'. The information screen within the instrument cluster needs to be pulled out to send to Brazels for replacement. My question of those who have done this: What holds the instrument cluster in place? It appears to me that there are four white plastic clips at the four corners. Is this correct? Called the tech at Brzels and he wasn't very helpful.
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Each RV maker does things like instrument panel mounting slightly different.

Itasca is a Winnie brand, so that owner group would be your best source.

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