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Old 12-10-2016, 03:35 PM   #29
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It has gears connected to motors that move the bed. The bed head board is moved up when slide is pulled in. The slide was worked on and bolts see sheared off. They were fixed with long screws that wouldn't let the bed lay flat. Not a big happy with the place that fixes it. Very messy fix. Won't b going back to them. They hurry up and fix and don't fix anything right.
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