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Old 09-16-2012, 05:53 PM   #11
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Re the topper. You may find it cuts more easily and neatly with an electric knife.
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Old 09-16-2012, 05:57 PM   #12
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Does DH stand for Dumb Husband? That's the only logical thing I can think of. Luckily the huz is pretty good at driving since he drives a big fire truck for a living. BUT when it comes to maintenance and what not, as he says, he gets "paid to tear $h!t apart, not put it together". So please be thinking good thoughts for us. The dumb question was on our dinnette, magically becoming a bed. The guy who gave us our tutorial, seemed like he needed one himself. Whatever he showed us left all these spaces and just was not correct, but I honestly didn't see a better way. So if anyone has our model or one w/ the same dinnette/bed how do make a bed w/ a solid bottom and not a bunch of cracks? Pics? Wow I like you guys, you are so nice and helpful, wht don't I meet you in real life??
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Old 09-16-2012, 06:05 PM   #13
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Well it stands for Darling but if dumb fits ............. I don't know about your dinette bed.... sorry .. though I am sure someone will help. This forum has the nicest people. Don't worry -- once you start going out you will meet others that are just as nice and interested in things you are interested in. Good luck with your bed. And tell DH that he is not allowed to tear up the TT!!
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Old 09-16-2012, 06:30 PM   #15
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Does DH stand for Dumb Husband? That's the only logical thing I can think of. Luckily the huz is pretty good at driving since he drives a big fire truck for a living. BUT when it comes to maintenance and what not, as he says, he gets "paid to tear $h!t apart, not put it together". So please be thinking good thoughts for us. The dumb question was on our dinnette, magically becoming a bed. The guy who gave us our tutorial, seemed like he needed one himself. Whatever he showed us left all these spaces and just was not correct, but I honestly didn't see a better way. So if anyone has our model or one w/ the same dinnette/bed how do make a bed w/ a solid bottom and not a bunch of cracks? Pics? Wow I like you guys, you are so nice and helpful, wht don't I meet you in real life??
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From the looks of photos it appears that you need to take the table top off of the pedastals and remover the pedastatls from the holes in the floor then the table top should fit between the seats and then you use the cushions for the mattress.

Other option is to call a dealer and ask them. Most are glad to help.
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Old 09-17-2012, 10:22 AM   #19
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Re the topper. You may find it cuts more easily and neatly with an electric knife.
Used a "Box Cutter" (razor knife) on mine and it cuts clean and straight.
Watch your fingers.
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Old 09-17-2012, 03:17 PM   #20
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I know how to get the table down and set as a base, it's the cushions that aren't fitting right... We are taking it out for the 1st time on the first weekend of Oct. I will play w/ it then and take some pics to better explain my conundrum. Thanks for the topper info, I might try the electirc knife suggestion and then also use it to massacare the turkey on Thankygivey!
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