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Old 02-03-2011, 05:40 PM   #1
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we're proud and new owners of a 1964 overlander international. We are replacing a cabinet door in the kitchen and cannot seem to remove the knob from the door. Any help!!!
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Old 02-03-2011, 07:05 PM   #2
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we're proud and new owners of a 1964 overlander international. We are replacing a cabinet door in the kitchen and cannot seem to remove the knob from the door. Any help!!!
Hi dynastream:

From the inside of the door, push the little pin sideways out of the main shaft of the knob. Push the main shaft outwards through the door. Remove the outer trim ring and inner shaft ring from the door. Reassemble it all together so you do not loose any of the parts before you offer or sell the removed knob(s) to other owners of 1964 Airstreams who may want some extra knob. That should do it.
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Thanks for the info. We have two different types of latches. We do have the type with the pins. We also have the type as shown in the photos. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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removing 1964 large knob catches . . .

This is from memory, which occasionally fogs up, so I may have the direction incorrect. Therefore, go gently at first! Now then, on this second type of catch with the larger knob, try gently unscrewing the knob by turning it counter-clockwise. It should soon come off. Then you can push that knobless shaft through to the rear side of the door. Job done.
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