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Old 12-25-2010, 10:30 AM   #1
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couch removal

i've got a meridian 39k itasca 2006 and i want to remove the couch that is a slide out couch 12 volt. it is the one that has a pull out on each side that makes into an ottaman or keep on pushing it out and it makes a bed.
i just realized that bugger may not want to come out without a battle and i don't want to scratch my coach removing it. i want to replace it with two swivel recliners and most likely will sell the existing couch. ANYBODY DONE THIS BEFORE AND WILL THE EXISTING COUCH COME OUT?
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I didn't care to keep my sofa (or the broken fold out mechanism) when I removed mine and since I had the sawzall out anyway...
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on a more serious but not actually helpful note:
I think the secret is that it didn't go *in* as all in one piece
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Old 12-25-2010, 11:35 AM   #3
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I've had mine out, no saw-zall required. It comes apart. Arms come off as do the cushions. Just a few nuts and bolts.

The individual pieces aren't too heavy, and fit out the door.
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Boyce: First, Merry Christmas and Happy New. Second, yes, the couch comes apart and it is not hard to do....just time consuming. Third, I would be interested in possibly purchasing it if that is something you would consider. You can PM me if you wish. Take care.
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I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one that detests the couch. I'm thinking about doing the same thing
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