Re: Help Replacing Stringer on Steps
As long as the treads are not captive on the ends, you should be able to get a flat bar under them and pry them up off the stringers, assuming they're nailed and not screwed. Once you get the uppers off, you can then get in behind the rest of the risers/treads and pop them with a combination of prybar and hammer w/block of wood.
If you can at least loosen the treads/risers, you can snip the nails with a sawzall.
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