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    xRampagex Member

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    Can someone tell me how to remove this corner trim? I need to replace some rotted wood in this corner.
    Thanks!!
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    Need Make/Model/Year for someone to help.
     
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    I'm no expert but if the center section of that trim is soft or rubber like, I'd guess you pull it off and you'll see screws under it.
     
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    Your an expert to me, your absolutely correct, thank you!!
     
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    When removing it..pull it off even this will help from bending it. The screws most likely will require a square bit
     
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    If the trim insert tears or cracks don't fret, replacement is inexpensive.
     
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    I did find and buy 100ft roll of this on Amazon for about $9. It was very brittle when removing the old stuff.
     
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    You are an expert to me also.. A package of wood shim will help with the removal. Use a bunch of them in a row to slowly remove the trim with the least amount of damage. May be held on with square drive screws, double check that you have all of them out first.
     
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    I have every bit of rot out of this camper. Everything is sprayed for mold control.... Just in case and is currently drying out. Once everything is put back together and sealed properly, the interior is being completely renovated. Let the fun begin.
     
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    Looks like quite the project!
     

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