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Old 09-06-2013, 06:57 PM   #1
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Removing upper cabinet

Help!! Trying to remove upper cabinet over swivel/lounge chair. Took out 2 screws out of ceiling, but something is holding it in at the bottom. Can't see what? Is there a trick to this or I am just not seeing more screws? Have to get this out to install a wheelchair lift. Thanks.
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Old 09-06-2013, 07:24 PM   #2
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there are going to be screws and staples from the out side in thats why you cant see them


they make your RV from the inside side out get a flush cuter for still

if you just pull it away your not going to like it as they love to go nuts with staples from the back side
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They may be through the frame in a false bottom. The base of the cabinet has a false 2x2 frame that normally houses the wiring for lights. The 1/8" plywood will be stapled down into the 2x2 and is easily removed. Start at one corner with a flat bar.
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Old 09-07-2013, 09:11 AM   #4
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there are going to be screws and staples from the out side in thats why you cant see them


they make your RV from the inside side out get a flush cuter for still

if you just pull it away your not going to like it as they love to go nuts with staples from the back side
Not Winnebago.The walls, ceiling and floor are all in place before the cabinets are installed. The walls and ceiling sections are laminated and have any necessary openings pre-routed using a numerically controlled routing machine before being assembled to the floor/chassis.
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They may be through the frame in a false bottom. The base of the cabinet has a false 2x2 frame that normally houses the wiring for lights. The 1/8" plywood will be stapled down into the 2x2 and is easily removed. Start at one corner with a flat bar.
That's the way they do it. I have removed the false bottom in a couple of mine to install additional wiring.
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Ditto on the false bottoms, especially where lights or electronics are concerned.
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x-4 on the false bottoms
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