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Old 01-12-2018, 03:44 PM   #91
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Just curious, whats under the sofa? Could it be removed and replaced with a small type theater wall hugger sofa?
We are getting ready to order our new 24rbs and was wondering the same thing. We have a 2015 23rb and assume that it is the same furnace layout but wanted to know for sure.
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Old 01-12-2018, 04:00 PM   #92
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just watched a video of one. Yep the furnace is under there. The furnace exhaust was on the outside right where the sofa is located.
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VinceN & goducks.....,

Your correct, the furnace is under the sofa. There is room to the right of the furnace for a single wall hugger recliner...., it's 3'-4" from edge of the wood furnace enclosure to the far right end of the existing sofa. The wood furnace enclosure is approx. 24" x 24" x 10" tall. The fresh water tank fill and water line is directly in front of the enclosure.

The Lazy-boy wall hugger I have is 32" wide and requires approx. 3'-4" deep footprint when in the upright position. I wouldn't consider a wall hugger recliner any bigger then this.

Adding a recliner to the right of the furnace would reduce the walk-thru space a little between the recliner and corner kitchen counter...., and with the recliner extended the leg/foot support would be over the floor furnace vent.

I've considered adding a 2nd recliner in lieu of the sofa, but for now having the extra storage space is nice.

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