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Old 05-04-2014, 05:39 PM   #1
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Villa sleep sofa removal

We are pondering removing the driver's side Villa sleeper sofa and replacing it with 2 Euro recliners. In my experience, sleep sofas are very heavy. I am curious if anyone has done this and if that sofa can be disassembled for removal.

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If you lift the bed out, you'll find bolts to remove the mattress and bed frame. The sofa might come apart further, if you don't want it for anything, a saws-all works fast to make it pieces you can carry out.


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Once you get started you will see how it comes apart. Ends should come off, back will come off. It will be bolted to the floor on each end.
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When we removed ours(also a villa) the top of the sofa can be unbolted from the base frame. Made it quite easy. Biggest issue was mounting screws that were put in on such a sharp angle that removing then was a bit of a challenge
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