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Old 08-08-2012, 10:28 AM   #1
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I have a '99 PaceArrow and befor I bought it someone left the window open in the rain, plus it's a 1999.
The covering on the decorative frame that houses the DayNight shade is in shreads, really needs to be recovered, BUT I can't find any way to remove the frame so I can recover it.(short of a hammer)
I tried to pull it off thinking I would see whatever is holding it but that thing is tight and no give. No brackets, or any visable screws.

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Old 08-08-2012, 10:38 AM   #2
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These are installed by screwing brackets to the wall first. Then the blind frame is pushed into the bracket in an upward and in motion until the bottom locks in and they are very tight. Grab the frame near a bracket, push up on it while pulling the bottom out. A screw driver on the bottom to pry out may help too.

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Is it free hanging, or under a cabinet?
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The screws are hidden in the fabric trim, but they are there.
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