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Old 07-03-2015, 06:25 AM   #29
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We replaced our our overstuffed Villa recliner with a La-Z-Boy. DW loves it now. We had a 22" door width to deal with. It turns out both recliners seat back simply unlocks and come off, easy peasy.
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Old 04-23-2017, 02:58 PM   #30
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Thomas payne RV Euro chair install

Regarding Thomas Payne RV Euro Chair my wife and I were discussing if I should secure to floor of RV. The company we purchased it from said no need. But I was wondering if anybody out there in RV land has pondered this also?
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Regarding Thomas Payne RV Euro Chair my wife and I were discussing if I should secure to floor of RV. The company we purchased it from said no need. But I was wondering if anybody out there in RV land has pondered this also?
As I answered to your several other threads on this.
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Replaced a couch with two La-Z-Boy recliners, they were not tied down. Presesnt rig I replaced the Stressless chair and ottoman with another La-Z-Boy recliner. It's not tied down either.
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During the winter when back in the S&B, we plan to take out the sofa and replace with something like this: Monaco Double RV Recliner Loveseat, RV Furniture - Shop4Seats.com

Earlier this year, I had replaced the Euro chair and ottoman with a LazyBoy recliner. Once we replace the sofa with the above recliner version, then I will take out the LazyBoy and replace it with a combo fireplace and power lift flat screen TV. Then the TV will be directly across from the recliner sofa. Hmmm, what to do with the head-banger TV?
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Hmmm, what to do with the head-banger TV?
Remove the TV, cut the head-banger down to a manageable size, install a door and use it for storage.

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Remove the TV, cut the head-banger down to a manageable size, install a door and use it for storage.

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I like it! Thanks, Richard
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