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Old 01-05-2016, 08:40 PM   #15
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Thanks to ALL for your help, I have been away for a few days.
I have checked and do believe that there is some foam adhesive tape behind the mirror about 1/8 inch thick, on both sides of the mirror running from the top to the bottom about 4 inches in from the side edges. I am unable to get the clips at the top to slide upwards. I plan on cutting/sawing through the tape with some fishing line in the next couple of days, will let you know the results.

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Old 01-06-2016, 04:13 PM   #16
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Remove wall mirror from bathroom

I need to remove a bathroom wall mirror from over the sink in a Coachman Class C. It has 2 silver clips at the top and 2 at the bottom. It will not slide out from the side. Does anyone know if they are glued in place or not? need help.

The 2 top sliver clips do go upward with the help of a thin flexible putty knife.
Behind the mirror was two 1" wide strips of foam tape, that I was able to saw through with 10# fishing line.

I am going to cut the mirror down in size because we do not need it to go all the way down to the faucets. I plan on making a small shelf just above the faucets for toothpaste and toothbrush and other stuff for convenience.

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