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Old 10-27-2011, 08:48 PM   #11
Bob & Peggy Standeford
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Thanks Russ for the pic's and the info on the L bracket, I had a feeling that was the way it worked, if not when I forget to slide it back I would run into it and cut my head. These things always turn into more questions. How do I remove the valance correctly, so I can replace it properly with the L bracket behind it? It must of been out of alignment when it came apart because it chewed up the leather like covering on the side toward the back of the rig. But that's another job.
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Old 10-28-2011, 12:20 AM   #12
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Bob and Peggy,

You need to pull in the slide about half way. The valance lifts straight up and will release. It helps to have a person on each end. Once lights off, move the fan outward as far as it will go and put the valance back on by pushing it outward and then down. There are no screws or fasteners involved, just a long bracket and fits tightly over a lip on the slideout. Once you get it off you will see how it all works. Like everything else in the Newell, it is a little heavy so be careful. I have done both the remove and install on my own, but don't recommend it. It takes some time to get it back on as the valance must be pushed behind the lip at every location before it will drop into position.

For future questions, may I suggest you open a post in the appropriate forum subject area to make it easier for future users to find posts on things about which they are interested.
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