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Old 08-15-2011, 12:16 PM   #1
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That Picture in that frame! 8-)

Hi Folks; new member and my first post. I just bought a 1996 Jayco Eagle 5th wheel (a 277), and love it. That being said, I have become obsessed with the picture frame and the art print in it - those of you who have seen one of these older trailers will likely know what I'm talking about, as it seems a standard feature.
Call me crazy, but I want to put my OWN photo/artwork/whatever, into the picture frame. There is absolutely no visible sign of a way to take down the frame. No plugs. Nothing on the other side of the wall (which is the bedroom closet/wardrobe). I'm wondering if there is some sort of flat hook setup between the back of the frame and the wall, that you can just give the thing a quick shove upward, or sideways... to pop the frame off the wall. Or maybe its glued down so it NEVER can be taken down.
I'm fixated. I'm obsessed. I can't sleep.... help :hihi:
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Old 08-15-2011, 12:25 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Jayco Owners Forum Unwired! The picture frame sounds unique. Can you post a pic so those of us who haven't seen it will know what it looks like?

If you can't get your question answered here (not sure how many active members here have the older Eagle tt/5'ers), try contacting the techs at Jayco directly 800 283-8267. It could be that a previous owner may have put it up there. If not, Jayco should be able to enlighten you hopefully. Congrats on the "new" 5'er!
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Old 08-15-2011, 09:42 PM   #3
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This is the picture in my 95 3050 RK. I don't know how it's mounted either.
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Old 08-15-2011, 09:53 PM   #4
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If you look really close, do you see any round plugs where they filled in? My other guess is they simply used something like liquid nails. I agree with Healti - I bet a call to Jayco and one of them could tell you.

But look at it this way - it is a vintage Jayco print Has to be worth a fortune! lol.

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