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Old 01-30-2017, 08:34 PM   #1
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Seatbelt remove and replace

Hi All,

anyone ever attempted to remove and replace the integrated buckle portion on a Villa built Captains Chair.

Co-Pilots seat belt buckle literally exploded and we got replacement from Villa.

Now trying to figure out how to remove and replace as a DIY project.

Thank you and safe Travels
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Is it not attached to the base of the seat?
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No unfortunately no. I checked again today.
There are lots of metal plates just millimeters apart and somewhere behind there is the hookup. Somewhere between those plates and the seatpart. I will try and take some pics and post.
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You haven't said who makes your chair. I've had a Flexsteel apart on my Tiffin and didn't have too much trouble.
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