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Old 10-16-2016, 04:18 PM   #11
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I guess you can see where these guys thoughts are! Nobody knows the answer to your question because they have been working on the beer fetcher idea! Good luck....check with FR. They probably have an answer.
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Look like comms...
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Was cleaning out my Wolf Pack toyhauler yesterday and found these connections on the bottom of the end seats of my recliner couch. 1 end has the connectors, the other end goes into the bottom cushion, but I can't see what it connects to. Any ideas what these are for?



Don, if you call Chad Cook at the Cherokee Wolf Pack Service Center, I suspect that he can get you the answer. You can reach Chad at (260) 593-4001, or by e-mail at cook@forestriverinc.com.

It will help if you give him the last seven digits of your VIN.
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Many RV's are owned by greying seniors and they need a little shock therapy to get them off the couch.
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Old 10-17-2016, 09:18 AM   #16
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Howabout an air bed inflator
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Many RV's are owned by greying seniors and they need a little shock therapy to get them off the couch.
I resemble that remark...

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Now that we've had our fun - to get back on track:

I agree with NCRadioman - those connections look like microphone and antenna connectors to me. Maybe you have a CB radio under your couch?
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This couch heat\massage controller has the same connections. I'm assuming it's for heated seats, just waiting for FR to confirm.
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