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Old 03-05-2013, 07:43 PM   #1
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Removing the back of baseboard


How the heck does the back part come off. I have been yanking it etc.
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it is either screwed or nailed to the studs, maybe behind the coil or towards the bottom.

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Keep looking stop yanking .
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If it's nailed just use a sawsall to cut the nails off.
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Yep--screws or nails---just hope that the hardwood is not trapping the bottom---if it is,you will need to get creative---
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Hope you drained the system before you started yanking.
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Having trouble with the window trim too? Make sure you cut the seam with a utility knife before you take your wonder bar to it.
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Having trouble with the window trim too? Make sure you cut the seam with a utility knife before you take your wonder bar to it.
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