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Old 05-31-2012, 03:26 PM   #1
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swiveling captains chairs

How do you swivel the captains chairs. can't seem to figure it out. Don't have a 2006 hr endeavor owners manual.
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Old 05-31-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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Sitting in the Drivers seat there should be a wide lever on your right just below the seat. pull up and then use your feet to swivel. If the lever is not on the right or left side look at the front of the seat.
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Old 06-01-2012, 11:56 AM   #3
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On some models it is a rod, about a quarter inch, near the floor on my seat bit higher on my wife's and it moves toward the rear of the seat to release.

Different models different actions.
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Old 06-01-2012, 03:20 PM   #4
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Additionally, the driver's steering wheel might be an obstruction to a ninety degree pivot of the Driver's seat...

My Allegro Bay requires detaching the seatbelt, tilting steering wheel to horizontal, sliding the seat fully rearward before pivoting around to the side. I drop the outside arm rest so that it goes underneath the "raised" steering wheel.
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I have Flexsteel driver and passenger seats and to swivel, they have a lever that looks like a light switch on the side of the seat. Can't swivel the drivers around because of the dinette booth and clearance with the steering wheel.
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My Safari has a flat lever on the left side of the drivers seat and the right side of the passengers seat (on the opposite side of the seat form the power controls for the seat).

On the drivers side I title the wheel all the way forward, then use the front to rear power control to move the seat to clear the wheel.
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On my '89 Flexsteel captain's chairs (might not apply to yours as they are newer) move everything out of the way, seatback upright, find round lever on floor at front of chair, lift up and hold, rotate chair to desired position.
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