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Old 08-12-2015, 10:29 AM   #1
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Keeping the Sofa Secured To The Floor ?

So far things have been good with the 2016 Rockwood 2703 that we took delivery of in June no issues however, during are third camping trip and our 11th night we were trying to open the sofa and noticed it was not securely fastened to the floor upon further investigation it seems all four wood screws securing it to the floor must have worked there way loose or were never tightned completed at delivery......Going to try and screw them back down myself hopefully the hole isn't stripped if in fact they did pullout.....Has anyone else had any problems with keeping the sofa secured to the floor ?

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Old 08-12-2015, 07:02 PM   #2
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If it has legs you can make some "cups" by sawing a hole in squares made from a 2x4. The cups can be screwed (predrill) to the floor and the legs inserted into them. I only used two on the back legs. We still move the sofa to clean underneath and the sofa does not shift during transport.
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