[DML] Re: doors rubbing T panel
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[DML] Re: doors rubbing T panel



You are not supposed to bend the rear tabs. Remove the 3 screws
holding the plastic valence and rotate it as you remove it. You may
still have the plastic covers over the screws. Just pop the covers off
with a small screwdriver. There are 6 screws by the door opening under
the weatherstripping, 3 on each side. If the sticky pad (it isn't
sticky, just stuck) is holding you slide a puttyknife under it. Be
very careful, there are a lot of sharp edges on the S/S. The foam will
help, try it and you will see. With the Tee roof removed remove the
plate that is duct-taped down in the center of the roof. Clean the
whole area up and retape the plate back. The height in the rear of the
Tee roof is determined by the tabs and the rear valence. Be careful
with the plastic valence, they are hard to replace but easy to repair
(as long as you have all the pieces).
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


-- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "blackaddertoo" <blackaddertoo@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi Dave
> 
> this is what i though..but the present height of the T panel seems 
> to line through with the top of the door.
> 
> i have undone all the screws to the t panel and bent the rear clips
> just now the sticky pad holding in place.
> joy...







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