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Old 10-02-2019, 02:00 PM   #1
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Removing framed artwork from walls on a Fleetwood Providence?

Has anyone ever removed the large, framed artwork from the walls in their Class A Providence? We'd like to replace the artwork with our own photography from our travels.
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No, I havenít, but when we got this coach I asked the service guy to remove the two mirrors in the back bath. I figured he had an idea how they were secured and I was afraid I would damage them figuring it out. He removed them in perfect condition. Each mirror was secured by 6 screws.
In the frame, (look very closely) see if there is a strip that goes around in the center area on the front of the frame board. Remove that strip to expose the screw heads. My strips were secured by a pin nailer, makes very tiny holes in the wood but you can see them if you look close enough.
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Old 10-06-2019, 03:03 PM   #3
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Mine were held on by Velcro only.
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