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Old 11-28-2016, 08:32 AM   #1
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Interior slide trim removal?

I have looked high and low to find how the hardwood trim package on the interior three sides of the slide can be removed??? These are the pieces that face into the coach and make up the "picture frame" trim on the overall slide perimeter.
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Don't have a clue on your rig, but on a TIffin they have a narrow (about3/4") piece of decorative trim that runs inside the picture frame. This piece needs to be pried off and the main screws that hold the big wood trim pieces to the slide edge are then exposed. The small trim piece is held on with thin pin nails, so a close examination of your trim for pieces pin nailed on might be helpful.
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I have looked high and low to find how the hardwood trim package on the interior three sides of the slide can be removed??? These are the pieces that face into the coach and make up the "picture frame" trim on the overall slide perimeter.
Thanks in advance for any helpful input.
If I remember correctly. there are square corner blocks and 1 block in the center. In the center of the big blocks I think there are smaller blocks. I think those blocks are pin nailed and pry off exposing screws. I think the remaining vertical and horizontal pieces are pin nailed. If you post some pics I can probably remember.

EDIT ... I just found a picture of my Endeavor .... the corner blocks pry off (pin nails) and then the long face boards that are overlaying the back boards pry off. It's a bunch of layers. Work center of RV toward outer wall in layers.
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Thanks for input, all. Will get to the project this week and post feedback as to what I do find, now with some clue.
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Old 11-29-2016, 12:37 PM   #5
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Four pieces not counting blocks. One face piece with trim and two backers on another backer. Face pieces are toe nailed to the two backers and they to the base backer which is screwed to the slide molding.
I probably should have taken pictures. Not for you but for me to remember how they came apart. lol
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