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Old 04-03-2004, 11:41 PM   #1
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Removing vent screws

The front roof vent cover is attached to brackets that are raised by two screws (see picture if it makes it). I have a new cover that will need the original hardware. The cover is attached to the brackets by poprivets. There is limited room to drill the old rivets out without removing the screws. It appears that the screw could be pushed inward to miss the top vent flange, then lifted out of its hole. I fear damaging something by putiing that pressure on it.

Can anyone tell me the best procedure?
Thanks ahead of time!
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