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Old 03-19-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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'73 Tradewind table / mount / edge

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I took my table and slid it out, and removed the "shelf" that has the chore of holding the table up, fastening the curtians track to the bottom. The plywood is rotten from a leaky window. I belive the leak is fixed. The shelf edge molding is stapled into the wood, then a laminate strip is installed into the egde. It is bent like a "J". Has anyone removed the filler strip without deystroing it? I woulkd like to do this without damage. If not I would fasten it through the filler molding with somekind of nicer fastner. The next step is to replace the wood and rebuild. MPJ
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