yeah, I don't know what the heck I was thinking when I said that. "shouldn't be too hard..". yeah, right.
must have been "lack of coffee", or somthing. I've run into some nasty screws, myself, that required some innovative techniques to remove.
I guess what I meant is that typically, "screws" (instead of "rivets") kind of implies that these fasteners were meant to come out at some point. (i.e. "routine maintenance item...like my vent stack covers, for example). not that they ever "would" come out...again, like my vent stack covers.
My question IRT these particular windows: lets just say that you should, by some far stretch of the imagination,
get these screws outta there.....then what? Is the whole thing going to come falling out in your hand, inner and outer glass together? or just the inner glass? and can the outer pane be left by itself?
The service manual says that you'll need to gently pry along the vertical edge w/ a screwdriver, but it doesn't say exactly what is going to come out when (or if) you succeed. "assembly is the reverse of disassembly". well, what if I don't want to put the inner pane back? it doesn't say...