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Old 09-05-2016, 05:40 PM   #1
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Do any of you have pictures of your booth dinnett showing how to use the coushions to make it a bed. Can't seem to get ours to fit right so the grands can have a bed. Explanation of how to do it or pictures would be greatly appreciated. Can't find anything on it at all in all of our paperwork or manuals.
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Old 09-05-2016, 07:36 PM   #2
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Don't have any pictures but have done it many times. Unlatch table, slightly lift both hinged bench cushions and then push down tabletop so it rests on the edges on the front of the benches. Lower both benches. Now take the two rectangular filler cushions you should have received and place them on top of the tabletop between the bench cushions. It will be a snug fit.

When my older grandson wants to sleep there I remove the two back cushions to give him more length. My younger one fits leaving them in place. I also have a memory foam topper I lay on top to make the small gaps in the cushions go away. We have two twin-sized flat sheets we use to "make" the bed, but the last trip they had a sleeping bag they just put on the bed.

If you need a picture I can send one tomorrow, camping in Boothbay, Maine and can get the filler cushions out tomorrow and snap a picture.
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Old 09-07-2016, 07:17 PM   #3
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Thanks. Those two rectangle coushions you spoke of, where those the two stored under the main King size bed? Saw some stored there in one Seneca we looked at before purchase, or the one stored up in the over cab tv area where there is a small bed? That is where our are. Or did you use just the coushions that firm the booths seats and backs. I think it's one , husband thinks it's the other. When we did it his way using only the booths coushions they seemed to not fit well, too large and by morning one was in the floor and my granddaughter was curled up on what was remaining. LOL, thank goodness she is still small.
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Mine are the two long rectangular cushions I found under the rear bed. Mine covered in the same fabric as the dinette seats. Tried to once use the seat backs, they did not work.

Are you missing the two rectangular cushions?
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Here are some pictures depicting the table/bed conversion:
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Thank you so much!!! That is just the way I thought it was suppose to go, but my husband thought they were for the top bunk over the cab. In reality they can be used for either, but our grands prefer the fold out sofas and the booth dinnet. Pictures do say more than a 1000 words. LOL Thands again, Sandy
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