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Old 09-03-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
jeffries44
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Laredo Sofa Sleeper Problem

Hello,

New to this forum, and need some help.

Just took out our 2009, new to us, used Laredo 28RBS travel trailer for the first time. Having an issue with the air matresss sofa sleeper. The legs that fold out from the bottom part of the bed keep slipping and sorta folding up the bottom of the bed. There dosen't seem to be any locking mechanism that would keep the legs in place. Their a two leg brackets that fold one from the left and one from the right.

Anyone have this issue? If you did/do, how did you fix it?

Thanks,
Julie
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:38 AM   #2
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Smile Problem Fixed

Well in case anyone else ever has this issue, my husband found and fixed the problem.

Someone or somehow the sofa sleeper must have been open/closed the wrong way or without the right support. The two bolts on the inside of the arms that stop the lower half of the bed from over extending were sheared off. My husband removed the arms from the sofa and replaced the bolts. Seems to have taken care of the issue.

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