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Old 02-19-2015, 03:26 PM   #1
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Inside Slide Trim

I have asked my useless dealer and have not received any helpful advise and they are too far to drive to just for this. The inside vertical trim on my passenger slide by the door is loose and I can not figure out how to tighten this. I do not see any way to tighten screws or even how to remove this strip. Someone told me they are simply stapled on but I have a hard time believing that. This is on my Itasca Sunova. Any advise is appreciated.

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Old 02-19-2015, 03:36 PM   #2
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I learned this here. Take a butter knife and carefully Pop insert out. Held in with nail strip about every 6 inches screws behind it. Tap insert back in with rubber hammer.mark where nail strip is on outside with masking tape

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They are simply stapled in.. with a nail gun style stapler. I tried glue but the only thing I found to hold them in.. is a nail gun stapler. Available at harbor freight for $25.
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