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I took a small hard rubber hammer and tapped upwards along the outside bottom edge. It eventually came off, and I discovered it was held on by a series of small metal clips. The trim was not damaged, but the clips were destroyed by my removal technique (but I am not putting it back on anyway).

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start at the bottom edge, and gently pull out while lifting up towards the roof, kinda like flipping open a lid where top inside of the rain gutter is the hinge (hope that makes sense, can't think of a better way to describe it)

 

There are a series of metal tension clips that hold it in place. You'll probably stretch them out while getting them off. I was able to use a screwdriver to bend them back into place and put the trim back on - or you could use some adhesive.

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