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Old 08-08-2012, 12:52 PM
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Disassembly of 40/20/40 jump seat console???

Does anybody know how to disassemble the console in the jump seat of the OBS 40/20/40 seats? I need to fully disassemble it for paint and reupholstery of the seat.

Pics would be great too. Can't afford to mess it up.

Thanks.
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Old 08-09-2012, 12:53 PM
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There are clips built into the trim bezel that hold it on. They are very hard to disengage without breaking them. You can try and use something flat like a putty knife or credit card to do it. I was fairly UNsuccessful when I tried it. Cheers!
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Crap. That's what I figured would be the case. Sigh. It needs paint so bad and the seat covers I'm getting are custom fit to terminate under that panel. Maybe I can make it work without removing it.
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take it to an upolsty shop and get them to remove it. i think they charge like $20
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^^^ what he said, i tried taking one apart one time and you just end up breaking all the little tabs. can be done but youll probably end up gluing it back together. (i still owe you pictures of my seats, ill text them tomorrow)
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take it to an upolsty shop and get them to remove it. i think they charge like $20
I never think to do that! My mind just doesn't naturally go there. Thanks Frank.

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^^^ what he said, i tried taking one apart one time and you just end up breaking all the little tabs. can be done but youll probably end up gluing it back together. (i still owe you pictures of my seats, ill text them tomorrow)
Yeah that's what I NEED to avoid. Thanks for the first batch of pictures, too. So far I'm liking them, but not sure what the shipping is going to run me. I don't want to get your hopes up just to decide I can't afford to ship them and put some money in your pocket. Any word from UPS?

(Am I hijacking my own thread??? )
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