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Old 07-08-2016, 01:26 PM   #1
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End Caps above couch, Pop Off?

Wanted to double check before I attempt to pull this off. Do the end caps on the over head (Far right and left sides between the over head cabinets) just pop off? is there a trick to not breaking them? There is a fuse back there for the Cell Booster that I believe is blown. Thanks
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When I installed the booster for tpms I just pulled the speaker out. Never thought that face might pull off.


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Sherrif1, Ever had one of those "Silly Me!" moments? Your right. Thats how I got in there the first time. Forgot. Thanks for the reminder
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They are nailed. In my 2003 Bambi, I decided to move radio from closet and install radio into right panel. I removed panel to cut for radio (also had to cut wood behind panel). I reinstalled panels using screws from inside. I tightened screws through speaker hole, careful not to over tighten (will bow panel). Inspection mirror (like one for auto work) and good light inside makes job easier.
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I had to remove the shelving and DVD player to get to the screws that hold the end cap on. Having two elbows on one arm would help.

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If your 28 is like my 2012 30FC, there is a electrical panel inside to the right of the opening storage door. I removed that to get behind your panel in question to access a fish tape from the top for installation of an Sirius XM antenna .
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Wanted to double check before I attempt to pull this off. Do the end caps on the over head (Far right and left sides between the over head cabinets) just pop off? is there a trick to not breaking them? There is a fuse back there for the Cell Booster that I believe is blown. Thanks
Pulled one off by accident at a RV show . It was stapled on . Pat
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