Nightstand removal

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Lizzardc8

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I have a 1991 fleetwood pacearrwo that I’m trying to remove the center nightstand out of. I took all the screws out but it’s stuck against the wall. I don’t want to damage my walls by prying it away. Am I missing screws behind the paneling or is there a easier way then prying it away?
 

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MapNerd

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Possibly glue, construction adhesive or caulk. Try running a putty knife between the wall and the back of the nightstand. If it’s a screw, you’ll find it. If glue or adhesive, you’ll also find out pretty quickly.
 

Lizzardc8

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Possibly glue, construction adhesive or caulk. Try running a putty knife between the wall and the back of the nightstand. If it’s a screw, you’ll find it. If glue or adhesive, you’ll also find out pretty quickly.
I did that and found out there are several screws from the outside of the home in. So I had to just demolish it, got it out though. Just need to remount the heating vent
 

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MapNerd

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Put a tab of glue on the ends of the screws that are coming through the wall. Now that they aren’t really tied into anything, they could easily work loose and damage the exterior. A dab of construction adhesive on the ends will help keep them from wanting to work themselves out.
 

Old Bubblehead

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Glad you got is out, I accidently removed one by trapping a box between it and the floor when pulling in the BR slide. Never saw so many staples.
 
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