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Old 01-13-2008, 06:01 PM   #1
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2003 31' Land Yacht 30
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Converter Access

On the 30' AS LY Gas the converter is behind the kickplate on the passenger side. How does one remove the carpet covered face plate the shields the converter I can't see any screws holding it to anything, yet I can't pull it off. I do need to access the converter 110 V receptacle to replug my TV that I removed and now reinstalling. Also, has anyone reloacted their rear monitor for easier viewing. In my opinion, Airstream placed it in a uncomfortable location and the darn thing is held in by the dash face plate.
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