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Old 07-31-2011, 10:15 PM   #31
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it is only held on with small air nails. use a small pry bar or larger screw driver and work it off slowly. i have popped off many panels on my trailer with no damage. i just use my air nailer to put them back on afterwords and you can never tell i had them off. good luck. yes you can get in through the electrical outlet but it would be a royal pain reaching in through such a small hole and not being able to see the screws that you need to remove. the side pops off too easy not to go that way.

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