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Old 06-19-2017, 10:40 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if i should be doing something different here? There is no combination of cushion configuration when dropping the dinette for a bed where they will fit. I swear I've tried every possible combination. Is this a design flaw, and has anyone had any contact with Thor about this?
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My guess would be that the two toned pieces should be in the center, rotated 90 degrees from your pictures with stripe parallel to wall.
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Good guess, but no. Too long.
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They should fit snug and may need to compress everything a bit...booksut it looks excessive?
Looks to me like they narrowed the table...maybe to fit it in available space.
If new I'd be asking them to provide a Fuller cushion that fit correctly?
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