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Old 08-14-2016, 11:23 AM   #1
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Armrest Removal

...what's the secret to the armrest removal on a 2007 MADP?? I have a Mountain Aire chairs. All the research didn't work for me.

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This is how to do it on the older style FlexSteel seats https://youtu.be/_j5Wr58WEZohttp://
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This is how to do it on the older style FlexSteel seats https://youtu.be/_j5Wr58WEZohttp://
Bad link, here a fixed version

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On our 94 Essex with Villa chair there is a C clip that holds the arm rest to the chair. Under the arm rest is a zipper that you open a pull the foam back to see the C clip which when removed allows arm rest to slide off.
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Make that a 04 Essex.
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