Boards are difficult to remove, so aim to repair, not replace, them. If you do have to remove boards, cut through joints, or pry boards out and cut through nails with a hacksaw.
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Pry away the split section of board and remove it.
Apply a water-resistant wood adhesive along the edges of the removed piece.
Reapply the broken piece to the board it came from, and use nail or screw the repair securely together.
Hide new fasteners with plaster and paint.
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