Can anyone tell me how to remove an oven from our vintage Boles Aero trailer?  We cannot remove the kitchen cabinets, either. We removed all visable screws, yet the cabinets just won't budge. We are trying to strip the trailer to the studs, but cannot get these out.  Thanks for your help!

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