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There should be a clip that goes over the molding at some point. Carefully remove the clip and slide the molding off. DON'T lift it or pry it, it will slide lengthwise, off the channel that it is mounted on. You might need a small block of wood or semi-soft plastic and a SMALL hammer to break it loose.

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