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Accessing Chainplates

I have a 1982 Pearson 32 owned for 4 years. I'm doing other work that makes it reasonable to inspect the chainplates. How do I get at them? I don't want to take apart the cabin willy-nilly, so hoping someone with Pearson experience can advise.
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