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Loren

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#1 posted 05-05-2017 07:13 PM

If I had the time I would rip out the top board and
try to move it up a little on the right. You have a
board in the way so I can’t see if there are spacers
in there that can be removed. If they can be, sometimes
some hard whacks can persuade a nailed board
a little.

Moving the board down on the left with a prybar
might work as well… or pound wedges in to
move it. Of course you’d probably have to rip
off the trim on the other side as well.


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