Remove/reinstall wrought iron bannister. Please help.

Dear Readers,
My interior 1955+/- wrought iron stair railing/bannister on wood treads nee ds to be stripped and repainted. I'd (ideally) like to move it outside to do so. I'm very handy, but have no experience in how these things are inst alled (or carefully removed). I've attached some photos which show connect ion points. Looks like 4 screws into treads at these specific connections, but what about the typical balusters? I don't want to damage the stair tr eads.
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Any advice appreciated.
Thanks Theodore
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On Feb 18, 11:34 am, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com wrote:

eeds to be stripped and repainted.  I'd (ideally) like to move it outside to do so.  I'm very handy, but have no experience in how these things ar e installed (or carefully removed).  I've attached some photos which show connection points.  Looks like 4 screws into treads at these specific co nnections, but what about the typical balusters?  I don't want to damage the stair treads.

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Those 4 screws remove normally. Once they are all loose, you should be able to remove the individual balusters.
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