Removing '76 trillium jalousie window - Fiberglass RV

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Old 05-20-2020, 10:41 AM   #1
Name: Nancy
Trailer: Trillium 4500
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Removing '76 trillium jalousie window

I'm hoping for some advice. I've looked through some threads but can't find fine details on how to remove the dinette window. I've removed the silicone (wasn't me!), strips, screws, loosened the butyl tape, and the turn knob from the interior. The window will wiggle but not come out. I found a video of a boler removal and the aluminum interior trim was separate and stayed inside. The trillium appears to have the interior and exterior frames attached. Is there something else that I need to be doing?

I'm just updating. I took the screen off and it's definately a one piecer. it still seems pretty firmly in place even after all screws are ou. I'm also afraid of damaging the ensolite around the window.
Another update.. I wiggled and pried carefully and out it came. My next task is to figure out how to remove a post!
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