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I want to redo the inside trim on my door (Ignore the part where the lock buttons are).

The first time I did it, I used fabric and spray adhesive and slipped the fabric behind the panel. I would like to know if there is a way to take off the panel without it breaking so I could more easily attach the new trim and make it perfect. Has anyone done this? What is the easiest way?

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What trim piece specifically are you trying to remove?
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What trim piece specifically are you trying to remove?
Only the one where the door handle is. In the case of our model, it is directly behind the door handle. I am looking to cover this with a fabric (unless you guys know a better way).


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Don't quote me on this -

The armrest and power window/lock part are removable, but I think the upper trim portion is plastic welded on. It can be removed but you'll have to find a way to reattach it.
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