2018 Cyclone 4005 couch removal?

HPnMORE4J

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Help..🤪

Scratching my head while and getting my hands and arms stuck trying to get to the screws that hold the couches in order to remove them. I can't gain access to even get my hand in where they are let alone a screw driver. I must be missing something. Any experience with this would be well appreciated!
 

LBR

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Help..🤪

Scratching my head while and getting my hands and arms stuck trying to get to the screws that hold the couches in order to remove them. I can't gain access to even get my hand in where they are let alone a screw driver. I must be missing something. Any experience with this would be well appreciated!
We have a 3 piece sectional...2 recliners outboard with a center console. I raised both recliner's footfeet for more working room, laid on the floor, and used my 1/4" drive ratchet, 1/4" socket, and an R2 bit. Both recliners had screws in front and back, but not tight at all and came out easy. The console didn't have any as it locks to the 2 recliners.
 

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david-steph2018

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On our unit when facing the couch you need to start the removal from the left hand side. The backs are held on with 2 tabs that need to be pushed and lift off the back. Reach into the area between the back and seat you will find the brackets. This is just like a recliner you would use in a house.
After this there was 2 screws in the brace going into the floor. As said above there should be some screws in the front bracket, raise the footrest to access. Once this is done the recliners are held together with 2 tabs to each other. The loose recliner will need to to slide either front or back, about 1/2" then lift it up. So you will have the recliners in 2 pieces, which makes it allot easier to handle.
 
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