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Old 11-15-2020, 05:18 PM   #1
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Just purchased 2006 Roadtrek RS Adventurous. The power sofa works but does not go completely flat. Is there an adjustment for this?
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Old 11-15-2020, 06:18 PM   #2
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Just purchased 2006 Roadtrek RS Adventurous. The power sofa works but does not go completely flat. Is there an adjustment for this?
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Probably. Does it hit anything? Does it close the gap between the seat and the ottoman cushions? Does it go fully upright when used as a seat?
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The sofa goes down and closes any gaps. It firmly contacts the ottoman in the down position and fully goes upright. It seems a comfortable position, only slightly up a bit, but not completely flat.
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I had erroneously suspected a malfunction. But likely this is just an attribute of many class b's where the rear lounge goes nearly flat, but not perfectly flat. It may take a memory foam pad for comfort, but ours (not a Roadtrek) is comfortable with just a sleeping bag beneath us, even though to the eye it doesn't appear perfectly level. I guess it's just not enough to bother us.
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I was thinking the same, but how about a picture for comparison?
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Figured it out! The seatbelt return housing was interfering on one side. Loosened the housing and repositioned it...voila ! Now it goes flat. The clearance for the seatbelt housing left and right at the corners is very close, but all is good. ��
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