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Old 01-15-2017, 12:50 PM   #29
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I believe the doors have to come off in sequence. If you haven't yet find the open end of the channel that mounts the door and remove any doors that need to be removed to get to the one you need to remove. Other option I think you can do is remove the doors from the hinge piece.
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Separating them at the hinge is what I was trying to do. Newmar sez you can, but you couldn't prove it by me.
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Went to the storage yard today with high hopes of getting the doors removed for the paint shop. Not to be! Tried the smallest door first and got nowhere including all angles and lifting before pushing, etc. Two strong guys wrestling one small door would have made a great video. Extremely frustrating to say the least. Looking at sliding the doors off is not a doable project as far as I am concerned, not within the twelve days before we depart for FL. Plan B is to have the paint shop cut and paint the end pieces and I will glue and clamp them on the doors. The rest will have to wait for later. Anyone got any ideas?

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Bob, these doors come of very easy by removing the screws from the hinges. A second person is handy to hold it while you remove the screws but with a little imagination, it CAN be accomplished by one person. Trust me, been there.
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Separating them at the hinge is what I was trying to do. Newmar sez you can, but you couldn't prove it by me.
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There are six screws on each side that you remove and the door is off.Click image for larger version

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Dennis,
Unfortunately my doors do not have screws on the top, the hinge runs the full length of the door and is an integral part of the top piece... . I thought of separating the top piece from the door like I did for the side and then see if I can get it off, but it is risky in that I still might not be able to get it off and then trying to fit the door back in might not work well.
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Hmmm, I didn't think Newmar had that many different designs. Not sure what to tell you
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