Removing trim

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  1. Road Runner

    Road Runner Read Only Funster

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    I want to take the trim down the edge of the windscreen off to put some wires through.

    Do I remove the caps, or does the trim come off in one?

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  2. johnsandywhite

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    You very carefully remove the caps to get to the screws holding the trim in place. :winky:

    BTW. The Caps should screw into the centre of the screws underneath. Like Bathroom Mirror screws.

    Then again. They could just pop onto the screws.

    Then once again. I may be wrong. It's been a while since I did any myself.
     
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    Hi John, mine are like press studs, if yours are the same just ease a wide bladed screwdriver underneath with maybe some insulation tape wrapped around it, so the sides of the blade don't dig into the material.

    Olley
     
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    Not sure what you have for an MH. But from the picture, I would say, remove cap and undo screws. If I'm wrong, keep your cool:Doh:
     
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    The trim in my Monaco is held in by screws covered by plastic caps I think you can see one at the bottom of the pillar.

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    Regards Pat
     
  6. Road Runner

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    Thanks for all the very helpful replies:thumb:
     
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