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Old 08-21-2016, 02:11 PM   #1
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Access to rear panel DP

I own a 2008 Winnebago journey 39z dp. I need to open the rear driver side panel where the two blower fans are located. Can anyone tell me how to thanks very much
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look on the bottom edge(underneath) that panel/door, you should see 2 screws holding it shut; then open the door beside that one, you should see 2 or3 screws in the side brace that go into the side of the "fan" door.
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thanks very much, i will give that a try jim
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I was unclear about the location of the bottom screws. They are underneath, behind the door in an "L" bracket, sorry.
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no problem, got it open thanks again jim
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