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How to remove passenger door?

Hi everybody! I have a 1989 ford ranger, when I bought it the passenger door only opened from the inside. Recently one of my friends yanked the inside handle too hard and once the door was closed it no longer opened. The inside handle only twists and it does not affect the door being able to open at all. I've decided to replace the whole door because there is a small hole in it from a previous break in. My problem is I cannot remove the inner panel to see what is wrong because it is stuck between the door and the car. I do not know how to get the panel off without opening the door let alone the whole door. Any suggestions would be appreciated, I am not worried about damaging the door if need be to take it off. Thanks!
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