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Old 04-18-2014, 11:13 AM   #1
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removing AC ?????

I am removing the orig dometic from my 90 and am putting a brisk air on it. Any ideas on the best way to gey the old pan and unit off. Is it riveted at any place or just vulcamed to infinity. I started driving a putty knife under the inside edges and I am hitting metal about 1/4 inch in in some places . Any ideas will be appreciated. Thanks
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